TurboTax is the #1-rated, best-selling tax software – last year, more federal returns were e-filed with TurboTax than with all other consumer tax software combined. TurboTax walks users through their taxes step-by-step, with guidance designed to help users find every deduction and credit they deserve, so that they get the maximum possible refund.
TurboTax 2009 makes tax preparation easier than ever by:
- Guiding taxpayers step-by-step: Built-in guidance for more than 350 possible deductions and credits, including the 2009 Economic Stimulus.
- Checking as they go, so there are no detours: Real-time error check immediately flags errors and missed information. Customers can fix mistakes as they go or come back later when they have their information in hand.
- Double-checking for commonly overlooked deductions and credits: TurboTax customers won’t miss important credits such as the Earned Income Tax Credit. An estimated 5.6 million eligible taxpayers failed to claim this credit last year, potentially missing out on as much as $4,600.
- Providing instant answers: Customers have easy ways to get answers to their questions, when and how they need them, including instant answers from other TurboTax users and tax experts online via the TurboTax Live Community.
- Including audit support with every return: The TurboTax Audit Risk Meter helps customers avoid common errors and reduce their risk of an audit before they file.
- Instantly transferring investment and wage information: TurboTax customers can easily, accurately and securely import 1099 investment and W-2 wage information from more than 140 financial institutions and payroll providers directly into their tax return.
TurboTax has given me two 2 TurboTax Deluxe Online 2009 cards to give away. Winners will be randomly selected using Random.org.
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The giveaway ends at 9:00 p.m. PDT on
Tuesday, January 26 Monday, February 15, and is open to everyone regardless of location.
Disclosure: TurboTax provided the access cards, which will be mailed to the winners. I have no personal experience with TurboTax, since I pay for a profession to do my taxes. You can read Chief Family Officer’s full disclaimer and disclosure policy here.