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50% Off TaxAct Federal Tax Filing: Premier $17.50, Self-Employed $32.50, Deluxe Expired

& More (State available for additional charge)
+52 Deal Score
TaxAct offers 50% Off Federal Tax Filing when you activate the offer on their website by November 27, 2023.
  • Note: Payment isn't due until you file by April 15, 2024.
Thanks to community member hbsjr for finding this deal.

Available options (prices are for Federal return only; there is an additional charge of $22.50 per state filed):

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  • About this deal:
    • Activate your discount today and come back to finish filing by April 15, 2024.
    • Offer expires at 11:59 PM CST on 11/27/2023.
    • 50% discount applies to online consumer 2023 federal and state 1040 returns filed by 11:59 PM CST on 04/15/2024 and will be applied to actual prices, which is subject to change and determined at the time of print or e-file.
    • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details & discussion.
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50% off next year's federal & state tax filing.
Activate this discount before November 27, 2023. Payment isn't due until you file.*

For homeowners, families or people with student loans.

$12.50 Was $24.99
+ $22.50 per state filed

For investors, rental properties, or foreign bank accounts.

$17.50 Was $34.99
+ $22.50 per state filed

For independent contractors, freelancers or side gig workers.

$32.50 Was $64.99
+ $22.50 per state filed
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Community Wiki

Last Edited by Marlin1975 November 30, 2023 at 05:56 AM
You will need to lock in this price first week of January. I talked to Taxact and they said their prices will get higher so to keep this price you need to pay for it to lock it in and they suggested the first week in January. They said the IRS will lock in the form and that's when you can pay for it.

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Used to be a customer, better and cheaper options out there now.
Yea works great and free for most.

Even then the IRS has free/low cost options at their site as well.
Tax act have become expensive and last year I think 50
percent was the best deal.

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