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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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Quote from Toddster :
While many business customers still use Outlook, the idea of downloading all of ones email to a client application is really antiquated.
If you are an "IT person", you don't seem to understand Outlook, if you think that is the only way it works or all it is good for. 🙄
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Anyone have experience with form 1099 composite working with turbotax deluxe? I always used premier as I split the cost with other folks and I can't find information if it does. I am very interested with thr MS office that goes along with this.
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Thanks, got the Norton deal cuz it looks like TurboTax is PC only. Not touching the Norton with 30' pole haha but still a good deal on Office it appears.
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HR Block sucks (at least it did 2 years ago)
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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?
Also would like know. I cant tell from researching. Would pull the triggy if confirmed true.
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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.
I used credit karma for 2 years in a row but my situation outgrown the forms they support and haven't used them in a while.

They were awesome when I used them. Doesnt have UI as fancy as turbotax (at least a couple years back when I was using them) but shouldnt be an issue if you already know what ur doing and can check and balance numbers with other providers as you mentioned.
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Guaranteed an actual CPA will save you money if you have a rental property. HRBlock (or TT) will prompt you to enter some of the depreciable assets but you basically need to know what those all are ahead of time. An accountant will ask you about different items and situations, create depreciation schedules, get creative about expenses, etc.
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I used Turbo Tax for about five years then tried H&R for the last four years. Both are decent, but H&R is more intuitive to me.
Also, depending on year and company, extra state downloads can be upwards of 50 dollars. These come with one free state download, which is great for most.
I agree, I've used both an H&R is just easier for me too. But I like the browser based online version, not the version you have to install.
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Capital gains/losses, amortisation schedule etc. that you have to calculate over the years you owned a rental property when you are selling it. It's quite complicated to do on your own, unless you are a tax accountant yourself. Lots of grey areas where you can potentially save (or get penalized by IRS) for...
The software does all this actually... maybe you had the wrong version. Premium version is the one you want if you have any sort of rental activity including selling a rental asset.
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Office 2019 is still standalone right? It used to be part of Home Use Program for like $15 until Microsoft got greedy and made Office 365 and charging people $100/year to use their bug infested office software.
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Office 2019 is still standalone right? It used to be part of Home Use Program for like $15 until Microsoft got greedy and made Office 365 and charging people $100/year to use their bug infested office software.
they can kill the support and (security) updates at anytime. like someome mentioned at another thread. 365 (family for the same price like this standalone) provides more goodies. like 6 users (like paying for 6 standalones) and 1tb for each user. look at how much google or dropbox charges on 1tb cloud storage
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they can kill the support and (security) updates at anytime. like someome mentioned at another thread. 365 (family for the same price like this standalone) provides more goodies. like 6 users (like paying for 6 standalones) and 1tb for each user. look at how much google or dropbox charges on 1tb cloud storage
Yeah, reading the Office details that it's limited to a single device kills it for me. If your whole family doesn't need access, it's a good deal still.
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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
I do , but I don't know how to tell you here .
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I do , but I don't know how to tell you here .
Do you mind sharing? Send me a PM. Thanks.
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I do , but I don't know how to tell you here .
I'd appreciate a PM as well. Thanks!
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