Saturday, January 6, 2024

TurboTax's "Free" version- because it's that time of year again.


If you 

1.  don't care that Turbotax will not keep any of your records on file, 
2.  need absolutely no help at all- not even any clarification on terms, 
3.  are willing to print up your returns when completed and mail them yourself,
4.  own absolutely nothing but are just filling out a 1040EZ form for your taxes, well, then...

the Turbotax "free" version may be for you.  If you are the kind of person who "gets excited to read a disclaimer" and also must read things out loud for them to appear real to you, well, again- the Turbotax "free" version may be for you.

I've been using Turbotax online for almost twenty years.  Personally, I'd rather pay about a hundred bucks to have someone online to clarify something, e-file and set up direct deposit payment of my refund than take the "free" version and be completely on my own, but I'm kind of weird that way- I don't even get excited by disclaimers, and I can read without moving my lips.  

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