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Old 12-20-2013, 05:55 PM   #61
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I find it amusing that so many people are anxious to get a copy of TurboTax as soon as they can.

Those of us who expect to be paying Uncle Sam instead of getting a refund are very happy to wait another two or three months.
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Old 12-20-2013, 06:01 PM   #62
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I find it amusing that so many people are anxious to get a copy of TurboTax as soon as they can.

Those of us who expect to be paying Uncle Sam instead of getting a refund are very happy to wait another two or three months.
Remember, many of us who are retired are trying to manage our 2013 income for tax and other reasons. We need the software prior to 1/1/14 to do that.
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Old 12-20-2013, 08:17 PM   #63
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Thanks REWahoo, I was logged in at the time, but I checked again just now and this time it came up with the correct price, as shown in your screenshot. Maybe I ran into some kind of glitch earlier? FWIW, when I followed the link from my VG account earlier, a popup appeared asking me to enroll in some Turbotax thingamajig, and this time it didn't appear. What-ever.


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Remember, many of us who are retired are trying to manage our 2013 income for tax and other reasons. We need the software prior to 1/1/14 to do that.
Precisely.
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Remember, many of us who are retired are trying to manage our 2013 income for tax and other reasons. We need the software prior to 1/1/14 to do that.
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Old 12-20-2013, 11:37 PM   #65
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Looks like one still has to pay $20 for State e-filing if using the Desktop (download) version? Do you all pay it or will TT allow you to print the fully filled out State Return? This would be my first time with TT.
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You can print the state return and mail that.
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Old 12-21-2013, 07:23 AM   #67
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I find it amusing that so many people are anxious to get a copy of TurboTax as soon as they can.

Those of us who expect to be paying Uncle Sam instead of getting a refund are very happy to wait another two or three months.
We tend to wait until Feb/March because we really don't have the final numbers from our brokerage companies until then. We download the data from the brokerage, so we have to wait until we know it's "good".

In the meantime, I'm fairly confident in my spreadsheets for at least high level decisions.
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Yet again for clarification...
Nothing clarifying about it at all. I recommend reading fully before replying.
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I find it amusing that so many people are anxious to get a copy of TurboTax as soon as they can.
I'm very glad I have it now, particularly because of this ...
A helpful TurboTax Feature
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So what's the details of the Costco deal on TT Deluxe?
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Don't know if it is true - but I was told this week by a Costco employee if I buy TurboTax at Costco and it goes on sale after the first of the year, I can bring in the receipt and they'll give me the difference.

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TT is in the Costco coupon book that starts 1/2, $10 off.
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