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Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 + H&R Block Tax Software Deluxe + State 2020 EXPIRED

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Newegg has Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 + H&R Block Tax Software Deluxe Federal & State 2020 on sale for $79.98.

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Last Edited by Marlin1975 January 21, 2021 at 01:28 PM
If your AGI (Adjusted Gross Income) is less than 72k the IRS Free file program may work for you.

https://www.irs.gov/filing/free-f...s-for-free




Try Credit Karma Tax software as well. Its free and works well.

https://www.creditkarma.com/tax

Credit Karma Tax—is it really free?
Yes! Credit Karma Tax is always 100% free. It's $0 to file both state and federal tax returns. Even if you're taking deductions or credits, it won't cost you a penny, ever
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Free Tax USA is also another free federal tax software

https://www.freetaxusa.com/




Free Office Suite
https://www.libreoffice.org/download/download/
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anyone have a better deal for one license Microsoft, been using one note more for work and trying to get home usage without 365 subscription
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Anyone have feedback between hr block and turbo tax?

Also the hr block says 1 state program included but 20$ to e-file, what's the program for then?
I had used TurboTax for 5 years and hated they'd push you into paying for their services. But once I heard Credit Karma is completely free for Federal and State efile, I ditched Turbotax and started using them. I do put all my information into TurboTax to see how the final numbers come out. Then I compare that to Credit Karma to make sure they both agree. This has worked for me the last two years. I put in typical stuff like stocks, retirement accounts, etc.
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One time purchase. This is a pretty good deal, if you are also needing tax software.
I don't need the tax software, just looking for PowerPoint, excel and word. Is this still a good deal or should I keep an eye out for just the office software on sale?
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I had used TurboTax for 5 years and hated they'd push you into paying for their services. But once I heard Credit Karma is completely free for Federal and State efile, I ditched Turbotax and started using them. I do put all my information into TurboTax to see how the final numbers come out. Then I compare that to Credit Karma to make sure they both agree. This has worked for me the last two years. I put in typical stuff like stocks, retirement accounts, etc.
Intuit has bought CreditKarma, so essentially they are the same company. I wonder when the free stuff will go away for CreditKarma. Frown
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Intuit has bought CreditKarma, so essentially they are the same company. I wonder when the free stuff will go away for CreditKarma. Frown
Dang, I didn't know that. That does suck 😢
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anyone have a better deal for one license Microsoft, been using one note more for work and trying to get home usage without 365 subscription
OneNote is free so you don't even need a MS office license to use, just download and install as a standalone.

With this perpetual license, you're really paying for Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
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The turbotax included in the bundle is PC version, not Mac.
I don't think that's true. Under the "items bundled" section, it shows it's Windows 10 PC / MAC.
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I don't think the TurboTax Mac version is included.
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One time purchase. This ais a pretty good deal, if you are also needing tax software.
Is this a type of license that i could migrate if i have to install it again in the future if i replace my desktop?
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Intuit has bought CreditKarma, so essentially they are the same company. I wonder when the free stuff will go away for CreditKarma. Frown
I thought Square bought the tax business from CreditKarma. May be I'm mistaken.
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I thought Square bought the tax business from CreditKarma. May be I'm mistaken.
You're correct. Square is the one that owns the tax prep platform.
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I thought Square bought the tax business from CreditKarma. May be I'm mistaken.
You are correct. DOJ wouldnt have allowed Intuit to acquire Credit Karma without divesting the tax business. So, Square bought Credit Karma's tax business [forbes.com].
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$80 is the F&F rate for Office 2019, so that's about as cheap as it gets w/o employee/enterprise discount. Add in tax software ($20 for H&R or $40 for Turbotax) and you got yourself a good deal.

Too bad I already bought both separately (and they're non-refundable) Frown
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Sadly, no similar combo deal for Home & Business - no Outlook with Home & Student.
While many business customers still use Outlook, the idea of downloading all of ones email to a client application is really antiquated. Outlook was conceived in the day when people had a single computer and a few MB of email at most. I believe it's only a matter of time before that approach to email is a thing of the past. I hope so at least as a IT support person. Outlook is the ugly step-child of our software arsenal at my place of work! We have a lot of older folks though that can't seem to give it up. Frown
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want to split it ? I keep office and you keep tax program. Hitme up. Thanks.
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