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IRS Program Lets Taxpayers Use Popular Tax Preparation Software Free, and e-File For Free
(* Reposting) I am like many Americans in that I have become somewhat reliant on my computer to help me do my Federal taxes. It all started (ages ago, now) with a CD I received in the mail — a free copy of H&R Block’s TaxCut. I tried it. And I found it just a wee bit easier to use and figure out than the 1040A user manual our government provides.
Nowadays to access the free version of TaxCut (or TurboTax), I have to first go to to the IRS website.
On the IRS site, there is a page called “FreeFile”, and here you will find the “partnership links” to the free versions of 19 accepted tax prep programs — of which TaxCut (and also TurboTax) is one.
To qualify, you must have an Adjusted Gross Income of $56,000 or less.
Today’s free link: FreeFile at the IRS
Note: there are two buttons on the page; “I will choose” and “help me choose”. Though all of the programs there are accepted by the IRS, I would recommend clicking the “I will choose”, and then selecting either TaxCut or TurboTax.
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“golden waterfall” by paul bica, courtesy of Flickr Commons
Today’s quote: “Sometimes letting things go is an act of far greater power than defending or hanging on.” ~ Eckhart Tolle
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