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Old 12-17-2011, 11:43 AM   #1
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Vanguard TurboTax Online is up

Available now via vanguard.com.
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I want the download version
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:06 PM   #3
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I want the download version
Me, too.

Also, I don't find the online version available yet, still says "coming soon, TurboTax discounts". Maybe Vanguard is rolling it out to different customer segments on some sort of schedule.
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:17 PM   #4
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I found the link in the right margin of the page in the Tax Center - something like "Begin or continue your TurboTax Online here". I just looked again and found it - so I am not crazy. Well, I am crazy, but that's a different story.

One may have to poke around a bit to find it - and it may only be available to select account holders at this time.
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- and it may only be available to select account holders at this time.
I suspect this might be the case as Vanguard may have a concern too many of us will try to access their TT site at the same time if they turn it on for everyone simultaneously. I just checked my Tax Center page again and nope, I don't have any link there to TT...yet.
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:31 PM   #6
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I suspect this might be the case as Vanguard may have a concern too many of us will try to access their TT site at the same time if they turn it on for everyone simultaneously. I just checked my Tax Center page again and nope, I don't have any link there to TT...yet.
Same here.
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I called Vanguard this AM and they said it would be up on Monday.
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I called Vanguard this AM and they said it would be up on Monday.
Cool, thanks for letting us know.
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:40 PM   #9
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You called them? Why did you call them? We were well on our way to a 30 post speculation/he said, she said/conspiracy theory thread and you had to go and pour cold water on it...
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Heh, I have a knack for things like this.
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You called them? Why did you call them? We were well on our way to a 30 post speculation/he said, she said/conspiracy theory thread and you had to go and pour cold water on it...


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Old 12-17-2011, 09:10 PM   #12
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Thanks for posting this. I was about to buy TaxCut again. I really get a kick out of companies suddenly wanting to give me something I used to have to pay for at this stage of the game.
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You called them? Why did you call them? We were well on our way to a 30 post speculation/he said, she said/conspiracy theory thread and you had to go and pour cold water on it...
You should really consider an encore career as a comedian, you'd make a fortune...

How's that for a straight line?
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I was able to do a download today (had to poke around a bit but found it). From Vanguard, this led to a link to Intuit, then to their download section. My download was for the Turbotax Deluxe version.
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Unless you are Flagship at Vanguard, you can get same offering off the Fidelity site.
Hard to beat Flagship values at Vanguard. Online is nearly free and downloads are half the price of non Flagship.
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Me too. Deluxe w/ State offline version for free! Whee...
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