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Last Edited by hizzledizzle January 14, 2020 at 11:08 AM
Tax companies are known to lobby to make filing taxes a pain. Most people do not have particularly complex tax needs, and 70% of people in the US qualify for free tax preparation based on income. Below are some resources to avoid spending too much on your tax preparation. Feel free to copy/paste this info wherever relevant.


If you make less than $66,000 in Adjusted Gross Income you qualify for free tax preparation (looks like it's going to be $69,000 for the 2019 tax year).

The non-profit The United Way offers free tax preparation using H&R Block Deluxe. This allows you to file your Federal returns and create up to 3 state returns for free. The Deluxe version is a step up from H&R Block's most basic "free" offering. Check it out here:
https://www.myfreetaxes.com

Note: While you can produce your state return for free, you may not be able to e-file for free. If that is the case, you can certainly print and mail your return for the cost of postage. Many states also offer their own free e-file solutions. Here is some info on which states offer free e-filing:
https://www.mymoneyblog.com/free-...tates.html

Different H&R block versions for reference:
https://www.hrblock.com/tax-software/
https://www.doughroller.net/taxes.../#heading2

Forms supported by the Deluxe edition:
Federal
https://www.hrblock.com/pdf/HRB-O...deluxe.pdf
State
https://www.hrblock.com/pdf/onlin...-forms.pdf


If for some reason you'd prefer not to use the United Way/H&R Block, the IRS has a list of free tax preparation websites here:
https://www.irs.gov/filing/free-f...s-for-free

If you need more assistance the IRS makes volunteers available to assist people in doing their returns through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, and they offer assistance to older adults through the Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) program. Find a location near you here:
https://www.irs.gov/individuals/f...volunteers

Many city and county office also have free tax preparation available to citizens at libraries and government offices throughout tax season. Check your local government website.


Additional resources:
What is adjusted gross income?
https://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/agi.asp

Contact your local IRS office or make an appointment for in-person help.
https://www.irs.gov/help/contact-...irs-office

The AARP offers assistance to low and moderate income individuals with no age limit. Get info here:
https://www.aarp.org/money/taxes/aarp_taxaide/

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This was free for me... used $14 of my no-rush credits... along with $8.48 of Amazon Day Rewards. Not sure where the latter came from, but I'm not complaining to file my taxes for free and potentially get additional 4% if I push my refund into Amazon Gift Card.


Order Summary
Items: $22.49
Amazon Day Reward: -$4.48
Amazon Day Reward: -$4.00
No-Rush Reward: -$14.01

Total before tax: $0.00
Estimated tax to be collected:* $0.00
Order total: $0.00
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Did the prices already go back up?
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The Deluxe Fed only @$17.49 is for disk only so can't use digital credits; dowload is $24.99 maybe Amazon will correct, who wants a disc that just has to be updated when received. Lucky to live in a state with no state tax.
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Did the prices already go back up?
Looks like. Fed Deluxe is at $24.99. Hate these fake "sales".
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Looks like. Fed Deluxe is at $24.99. Hate these fake "sales".
Ok that's what I'm seeing as well.
That was the one I needed too.
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State e-file fee not included, need to pay $20 is that correct?
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This was free for me... used $14 of my no-rush credits... along with $8.48 of Amazon Day Rewards. Not sure where the latter came from, but I'm not complaining to file my taxes for free and potentially get additional 4% if I push my refund into Amazon Gift Card.


Order Summary
Items: $22.49
Amazon Day Reward: -$4.48
Amazon Day Reward: -$4.00
No-Rush Reward: -$14.01

Total before tax: $0.00
Estimated tax to be collected:* $0.00
Order total: $0.00
My Amazon Day Reward $10 and $2.02. No idea what these are.
Not sure if I wanna switch from Turbotax which includes state e-filing fee.
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My Amazon Day Reward $10 and $2.02. No idea what these are.
Not sure if I wanna switch from Turbotax which includes state e-filing fee.
No, turbotax does not have free state e-filing (or included e-filing fee in the purchase price). It is still $19.99 to e-file the state return.
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State e-file fee not included, need to pay $20 is that correct?
Yes. All of the download / cd products have a state e-file fee.
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Yes. All of the download / cd products have a state e-file fee.
ok thanks I probably was confused with TT Premier.
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I got the Amazon Day credit too. However after the purchase went through, the Amazon Day credit disappeared. I checked my emailed invoice and it doesn't show the Amazon Day credit either. So if you get it - screenshot it!
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It appears that the amazon Day Rewards is another name for No-rush credits.
I have two 'sets' of Amazon Day Rewards with different expiration dates.
17.01 is pulled out of "No-Rush Reward" for me. This is the exact amount of the first 'set' of my no-rush credits. The Amazon Day Reward appears to another name for the second 'set' of my credits. It looks like they are renaming the credits and we hit the change in progress. Can someone else confirm?

Here is where you can check your credits:
https://smile.amazon.com/norushcredits


Quote from PiCASSiMO
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This was free for me... used $14 of my no-rush credits... along with $8.48 of Amazon Day Rewards. Not sure where the latter came from, but I'm not complaining to file my taxes for free and potentially get additional 4% if I push my refund into Amazon Gift Card.


Order Summary
Items: $22.49
Amazon Day Reward: -$4.48
Amazon Day Reward: -$4.00
No-Rush Reward: -$14.01

Total before tax: $0.00
Estimated tax to be collected:* $0.00
Order total: $0.00
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It appears that the amazon Day Rewards is another name for No-rush credits.
I have two 'sets' of Amazon Day Rewards with different expiration dates.
17.01 is pulled out of "No-Rush Reward" for me. This is the exact amount of the first 'set' of my no-rush credits. The Amazon Day Reward appears to another name for the second 'set' of my credits. It looks like they are renaming the credits and we hit the change in progress. Can someone else confirm?

Here is where you can check your credits:
https://smile.amazon.com/norushcredits
I had
Items: $22.49
amazon day reward: -$8.49
amazon day reward: -$1.00
No-Rush Reward: -$13.00
Order total: $0.00

When I check the credits it removed $22.49 (I had $24, now I have $1.51). So I guess amazon day reward was included in that amount? Who knows.
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