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Old 01-12-2008, 02:02 PM   #1
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A friend is coming by tomorrow and I am going to help her do her taxes. According to the IRS website, if you make less than $54,000 you might be able to do a free eFile, with different software companies participating. Free File Home - Your Link to Free Federal Online Filing

Anyone do this? Is it totally free and easy? Is there state eFiling available too?
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Old 01-12-2008, 03:36 PM   #2
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Martha,

On another thread, there is a discussion of free services. The one I am familiar with and has almost universal praise is File Taxes Online - Do Taxes FREE - File Taxes With TaxACT (they are one of the companies linked to by the IRS site you cited). TaxAct is a free download (or online preparation, but I'm not too keen on storing my data on somebody else's server) and e-file for federal. State is about $14.
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Man, I guess I missed the other thread. I'll go searching. Thanks for the recommendation on TaxAct.
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