snocone: Do you really think your contribution matters?Hint; they don' give two chits about you or your chump change.
ZeroCorpse: It's not as fancy as TurboTax, but they don't charge you anything to use direct deposit (TurboTax does), or anything for your state e-file (TurboTax does), or anything for your federal e-file (in most cases, TurboTax does)
seniorgato: Turbo Tax pissed me off so bad that I won't use them again... Course it's probably not that big of a deal to them.So I've been paying for Turbo Tax for 4 years, and finally I have a year when I can do the EZ free form.I go into Turbo Tax, it tells me that not only will it not be able to load previous years stuff because I'm doing the free version, but it has to DELETE all my previous years stuff to set me up on the free account.Bull. shiat.I did it anyway as I have the hard copies, but since there is no longer any data being saved on turbotax.com, I guess I'll just go somewhere else.
kidgenius: gerbilpox: What the article doesn't mention is that the IRS doesn't "already have" your income amounts from your employer, bank, etc. It doesn't finish getting those into the system until after April 15. It can't give you a pre-filled form when it doesn't have the numbers to fill it.So, you push back the filing date until June 15. BFD.Other countries do this and it would save Americans a TON of money. Granted, many people would also be out of a job.
RatOmeter: Honestly, I don't know what Intuit is so worried about.
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