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Old 02-14-2017, 09:16 AM   #21
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I paid $22 for TaxCut (H&R Block) for the deluxe with 1 free Fed e-file, and 1 State return included (but not efile it).
It allows me to do multiple tax returns for my lucky relatives...
$15 for Deluxe with both e-files:

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$15 for Deluxe with both e-files:

https://slickdeals.net/f/9543512-h-r...src=SiteSearch

Shows as expired but still working even though price was supposed to go up a few days ago.
I guess I'm not too computer literate - I don't see how to take advantage of this offer.
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Old 02-15-2017, 11:07 AM   #23
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Is there a reason you use the downloadable version of TaxAct? I've been using the web-based version for 6 or 7 years without a problem. It always loads my previous info without fail and doesn't take up any HDD space.
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Old 02-15-2017, 11:09 AM   #24
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Is there a reason you use the downloadable version of TaxAct? I've been using the web-based version for 6 or 7 years without a problem. It always loads my previous info without fail and doesn't take up any HDD space.
Only if you prefer to keep the entire process on your computer, and if you want to do whatif analysis.

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Old 02-23-2017, 12:19 PM   #25
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Late last year I supposedly "locked in" a $15 price for the deluxe version of the web-based TaxAct. I was very unpleasantly surprised -- and very annoyed -- to find that filing my GA state return was an extra $33. I was so far along at that point that I just went ahead and did it. As I consider this to be pretty crappy and borderline deceptive treatment of a long standing customer, I will be considering other options next year.

As an aside, we have a friend who starts his tax return online every year, making notes as he goes, and then declines to finish and file when he gets to the end. He just transfers all the info to a hard copy and mails it in. I thought this was the epitome of cheap when he first told me he does this, but actually I'm kind of considering the idea myself for next year.
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Late last year I supposedly "locked in" a $15 price for the deluxe version of the web-based TaxAct. I was very unpleasantly surprised -- and very annoyed -- to find that filing my GA state return was an extra $33. I was so far along at that point that I just went ahead and did it. As I consider this to be pretty crappy and borderline deceptive treatment of a long standing customer, I will be considering other options next year.

As an aside, we have a friend who starts his tax return online every year, making notes as he goes, and then declines to finish and file when he gets to the end. He just transfers all the info to a hard copy and mails it in. I thought this was the epitome of cheap when he first told me he does this, but actually I'm kind of considering the idea myself for next year.


Same here. And I even wrote them and talked with them about their deceptive practice. If you can share with buddies, then turbo tax is the best deal.
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Old 02-25-2017, 09:55 AM   #27
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The $15 H&R Block deluxe slickdeal is the best one you can get, with just a little work. Still going strong.
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