If taxes were taken out, then the info was reported to the IRS. If they didn't notify, you apparently didn't owe any more. And you probably had refunds coming, which you can still get if you file for those years now. When you file in 2013 for 2012, no you won't be in any trouble, and if you have a refund coming fof 2012, you'll get it..ONLY 21 does NOT have any thing as age is NOT any of the requirements for this purpose and time in your life. But learning experiences and about your tax filing requirements NOT really in trouble especially IF you did have some amounts withheld for federal income taxes and that amount was reported to you and to the SSA and the IRS for each tax year in the Box 2 of your W-2 forms for each tax year and IF you would have filled out and filed the 1040 income tax return CORRECTLY and signed it and sent it in for processing you MIGHT have been able to qualify for a REFUND of some or All of the withheld amount each tax year during that year tax filing season.
And for the 2009 tax year if that is the the case you can still fill out and file the 2009 1040 income tax return to claim any possible REFUND amount until April 15 2013 for this purpose and then also the 2010 and the 2011 also could be filled out and filed at this time in your life.
After the 3 year period for each tax year any possible REFUND amount that you might have been able to qualify for is gone lost and NO LONGER available for you to get it the amount just goes into the general fund for the FMS to use for this purpose and time in your life.
NOW if you did have any FIT liability amounts owed for the past tax year you probably should have received some notice from the IRS about this matter already BUT this is an unknown at this time so when you do get around to correctly completing and signing your 2012 1040 income tax return during the 2013 tax filing season and print you a copy for your records in case you would need it in the future and then send the signed copy on to the correct IRS address for processing at that time n your life.
And IF you are due a REFUND at that time on the 2012 1040 income tax return and IF you do owe any past due taxes and penalties and interest on the past due amounts then at that time during the 2013 tax filing season the FMS and the IRS will probably REDUCE your anticipated REFUND amount by any past due amounts at that time in your life before they would issue out to you any of the REFUND at that time and for that purpose. Good luck to you.
NOW if you want to fill out and file the past years 1040 income tax returns at this time and sign them and you will have to mail them to the CORRECT IRS address for processing with each tax year in a separate envelope and on the out side left under your return address write the 1040 tax form number and the tax year that in inside of each separate envelope for the IRS to process at this time in your life. Good luck to you.
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You will be able to file your in 2012 in 2013, no problems. As far as getting money back: important: you only have a limited time to actIf you were due a refund, then nothing happens. If you were due a refund and never filed, you are letting the government keep your money.