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Last Edited by freek February 5, 2013 at 10:09 AM
Go to https://www.fidelity.com/premier

Login and you would see an offer for free Federal filing for all Fidelity customers.

DEAD: Unless you already registered and filed, it is dead.
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Last Edited by MozartA February 18, 2013 at 01:39 PM
For other alternative that are free or low cost.

TaxACT 2012 Ultimate Bundle (included fed+state efile) $11.90 online version

TaxACT 2012 online and offline version FREE (with NO limitation and restriction). Free Fed e-file included.

H&R Block At Home Deluxe+State eFile FREE (check out the latest information in Wiki and the thread)

FREE State e-file options for 2012 Tax Return

Fidelity has terminated the free offer and replaced it with only a $15 off. If you have already signed up to Premier and found stuck with the $34.99 charge (check under /Tools/My Fee), you can start a chat with TurboTax and explain the situation. They will issue you a code to eliminate the charge. There are several posts in this thread showing the same result already.

Didn't work in Chrome or IE, worked in Firefox. Opens up the Intuit webpage in a new window, with a clear summary showing Deluxe= $19.99, Premier = FREE.
It appears we need to go through the first link. The "direct link" doesn't work. [Removed direct link since it depends on a request id set when you are redirected from the Fidelity site]

Per BrittanyR3049 (please Rep her in post 25)
If you are getting the no response issue, in Chrome I had to click the gray shield symbol on the right side of the address bar and click "load anyway." Then the page will reload and the link will work. It is a pop-up that says you are leaving the Fidelity website. - fletch113

You can get this free even if you don't have any money currently in Fidelity. My wife stopped working for her employer over 3 years ago, transferred her retirement, and we used her log in to get the free tax prep. I could have used my login, but I was lazy with finding the credentials. Used hers, and we're slick done with our taxes tonight. Thanks! ~ Standupdad

I just signed up for Fidelity Trading account just to get this deal. Took 10 minutes for signup. No annual fee. After I logged into the URL mentioned above, I got the FREE Turbotax premium. ~Katthibabu


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is it true if you make under a certain amount, you can file for free?
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So...anything for non Fedility members?
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Wish I would have seen this yesterday; just bought H&R block premier for 21 yesterday (thought it was a great deal at the time). Did this anyway and will compare to determine which one i use next year.
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still unclear on this "pay when you file" Can I just print and mail for free?
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Quote from nkslewis View Post :
I need Home & Business, but even the price for that is better than any other deals I've seen.
Through the regular "tax center" links on the fidelity pages when you are logged in, there's a "Do your taxes" link that says it give you $20 off turbotax online or download.
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Quote from MajinderS View Post :
is it true if you make under a certain amount, you can file for free?
yes, your AGI has to be under $57k.


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So...anything for non Fedility members?
Do a search on here for Turbotax. There has been at least one discount post per day for the last month.
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Last edited by gammann February 2, 2013 at 07:31 PM
not working in IE/Chrome...Need to try firefox as mentioned in wiki....
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Thank you so much for this, was going to spend $20 on turbotax this year to get all my forms imported, but you got me a better package for cheaper. Thanks!!!
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I paid $13.95 total for federal, state efiling on TaxAct. $37 just for state?! Pass.
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FYI, if you used H&R Block last year, you can transfer the data to the TurboTax online version.

The download is supported.
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Quote from drstandish View Post :
still unclear on this "pay when you file" Can I just print and mail for free?
If you don't have a state return, there is nothing to pay. TT always uses this language each year. Essentially, they are saying "give us a try - we won't charge you until you are done".
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Not sure if this has been posted yet, but this lets you upgrade for free even if you started already
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Awesome... thank you very much OP. this is the first time in my life I filed my taxes before april Wink
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I already purchased - Frown
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Still think the $21 H&R Block deluxe+state is a better deal for me. I do 4 people's taxes, and all live in NYS. NYS has a law that if your software efiles your federal return, you HAVE to efile your state return, and in this case the company CANNOT charge you extra for efile. So for $21, I got 4 fed+4 fed efile+4 state+4 state efile. I can live with that

and the only thing that TT has over HRB for me was that TT asked a lot more silly questions, downloaded my 1098 from chase (which is just 2 numbers) and filled out one form that HRB didnt (and I really didnt need). For my one sample, the returns were in $1 of each other (I think they rounded differently)
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