Turbo Tax deals

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  1. Banana magic

    Banana magic DIS Veteran

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    I ran in Costco last night 10 minutes before closing to grab something for dinner and saw a bunch of people buying Turbo Tax. I then realized that I missed the expiration for their $15 off coupon which ended yesterday. :headache: So now I have to find somewhere else to get this, especially since DH keeps reminding me we have to work on taxes soon! :confused3 Does anyone know of any good deals on Turbo Tax? I am looking and all prices seem to be around $40.
     
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  3. caa1277

    caa1277 American by birth............Grumpy by choice!

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    I filed my taxes for free with turbo tax. Don't know your situation, but you can always try and see if you could file free as well. I was able to do both federal and state for free by the way.

    Don't know if I can post this website or not, but here it is anyway:

    www.taxfreedom.com

    They have a short questionnaire to see if your eligible for free filing!
     
  4. T. Lynn

    T. Lynn ...livin' and learnin' - simplified my life :-)

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    If you are a state farm customer you can file for free with turbo tax as well. Just log onto their website, register your policies with them and a link will be on the left side.
     
  5. Banana magic

    Banana magic DIS Veteran

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    Thanks for the great options, unfortunately I don't qualify for either. I think I am committed to buying this retail somewhere.:confused3
     
  6. caa1277

    caa1277 American by birth............Grumpy by choice!

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    Go to Turbo Taxes website....you can file your taxes there possibly for free without certain qualifications.
     
  7. roadtripper

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    If you have investments, I know that Fidelity and American Funds both offer deals through their websites for the online version. I think Scottrade did last year, too. HTH
     

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