My CPA did my taxes,(I have the copies), but never e-filed. I have contacted the IRS, and they have nothing on record. I am expecting a refund. I never received it because of this. What do I do? Do I have to redo my taxes myself? Plug in all his numbers in something like Turbo Tax? I already paid him. I have been trying every day to contact him, but he never gets back to me.
If you are owed a refund, then there is no negative consequence to filing late aside from a delay in receiving your funds, you have up to 3 years to claim a refund.
If you have copies (and believe the CPA prepared your return properly), you can make a copy and mail that in, probably the easiest path forward if the return is complete but un-filed. Otherwise you'd have to re-enter things or pay someone else to file the return.
Addresses vary, select your state from the following and pick the address from the left column on the subsequent page for the appropriate form:
Edit: The suggested possible duplicate has good info on what action you might take against the CPA, but if all you care about is filing and getting your refund, then the above should be sufficient.
Print your return and follow the instructions to mail it in. If you suspect your CPA may be a fraudster, double check to make sure he didn't enter his own Routing Number and Account number in the refund portion of your return or the IRS will send your money to his bank acccount!!! Verify Lines 73 - 75 on your 1040 form (the first form on your tax return) are ok and you will receive your refund in the mail or as an electronic transfer.
I think adding to make sure the routing and account number are your's was good input, even if you "don't think he filed"... maybe he's waiting to file it or just filed it, for some fraudulent reason.....