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Old 02-17-2013, 10:09 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Badger View Post
I'm not computer savy and I'm lucky to be able to turn it on and get to the forum.

I read from the link above that the problem might be resolved around the 7th of this month. I would like to download a properly working program. If I had to try and make changes I would probably give up and do what I have been doing for the last few years and ask volunteers from AARP to do my taxes.

Does anyone know if the problem has been corrected?

I didn't bother to wait - I simply typed in the numbers - much faster than checking every few days for a solution.

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Old 02-17-2013, 10:41 AM   #42
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Tax software is now mostly "free" but when you file and you want to file electronically, that's where they get their money.

I tried one of the online services one year but then learned that they will only retain 3 years of returns against your account. You could save your returns to PDF but if you have to go back and amend?

I got the Premier version for $10 instead of the Deluxe for free. Premier supposedly has more info. for investments. Probably marketing speak. But for $10, how can you go wrong.

IIRC, the federal e-file is free but the state will cost you. I can mail it in.

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