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"Turbo tax is great and easy to use for the most part. There are a few topics that I'd like more info such as new home construction deductions. Only found for additions. Other than that, it was all good."
"TurboTax has really saved me a lot of time and money over the years. I have a somewhat complicated return due to a handful of rental houses, but not enough to justify (at least to me) paying a CPA a bunch of money. The $100 or so I spend on TurboTax each year is well worth - my ROI is at least 10-fold each year. Many thanks!!"
"I have a couple of small home based businesses and a rental. I don't mind business expense, but there is no place to capture the cost of filing with TurboTax...why isn't that an added feature...?
This filing allowed me to pay for efiling - that was rejected. I would like a refund for that amount"
"Had significant difficulty with a single K-1 that had multiple types of income. That single form encapsulates how infinitely and eternally damnable Congress and the IRS are. Turbo Tax was enigmatic and not helpful in resolving the issue. It only flagged the error w/o a link to quickly fix the problem nor sound directions either, just references to tax code that 999 out of a thousand IRS agents could not interpret."
"I don't know if Grantor Tax information letters come with standard fields but PLEASE make them easier. Yes I know you can enter them into a K-1 but when a value isnt present exactly as stated, I'm just guessing on what numbers to add or subtract or whether a number is positive or negative. Please improve this feature if possible."
"for the 3rd year in a row I was unable to e-file because the system did not permit me to enter "FC" on the worksheet related to filing as a non-resident
I would like a refund of $39.95"
"I'd like to see more of the following:
1. Links to relevant IRS web pages for those that like to read the actual IRS language (and combine it with TurboTax advice).
2. More info to help people understand AMT.
3. Provide a more clear answer whether rental property real estate tax adjustments received during a closing day, are deductible or not. A seller may give a buyer a tax adjustment on the closing statement so the buyer can pay the seller's back taxes that the county has not billed yet. While the buyer actually pays the old taxes that have not been billed yet, the seller did give the buyer money for this on the closing statement."
"A couple of places you just abandoned the really great Turbo-tax format and showed a form with verbiage that wasn't consistent with the rest of the return.."