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I’m also in the middle of a refinance I has had my lender ask for the signed blank form this as well.

After talking to my loan officer I filled in the years 12/31/2006, and 12/31/2007 in the middle of the form which were the years they needed. I left the requested form numbers blanks so they could get what they need. This dosn’t seem much different to me than just giving them then entire return.

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