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Re: Poll: How tax savvy are you?
Old 02-01-2007, 10:21 PM   #21
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Re: Poll: How tax savvy are you?

I have multiple college degrees but some of the most valuable classes I ever took were the H&R Block tax classes (what else is there to do in Ohio in the winter). I made it through 13 years of tax returns with rental property so compared to that, today's returns are easy. I personally recommend TaxAct (the old Parsons Tax Edge). If you only want to do your own return, you can download the software for free. Excellent program.

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