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jhburgess said:   Thanks OP - a State Farm CSR had told me the link wouldn't be available until mid-January.
BTW, if you prefer the download version of the program instead of online filing, downloads are available through the same link. When you get to the TurboTax page, instead of clicking start a return, click on the tab for Download/CD. The page will give you the available versions and prices. Prices are the same as last year - Federal Basic is free; Deluxe Federal + State is $20, etc.

This is exactly how it worked for me. I didn't purchase it yet though, because I have a question. I hope someone here can answer it: If you purchase the downloadable version of Turbo Tax Deluxe (or Premier) does it let you prepare AND FILE more than one (1) return for no additional charge? I know that in the past when I have bought the packaged Turbo Tax Deluxe software from Amazon or from Staples, it allowed me to FILE up to five (5) returns. I wonder if the downloadable version will let you do that also, or if it is restricted to one Federal and one State e-file.

Well, I feel a bit guilty about this: earlier I clicked through a T Rowe Price link for a online premiere $0 federal / $36 state. I wanted to see if I could could do better than $36, so I decided to do the $20 federal / $0 state through State Farm's link. Well, I guess the two stacked since I am now have premier $0 federal and $0 state.

rjbismark said:   Well, I feel a bit guilty about this: earlier I clicked through a T Rowe Price link for a online premiere $0 federal / $36 state. I wanted to see if I could could do better than $36, so I decided to do the $20 federal / $0 state through State Farm's link. Well, I guess the two stacked since I am now have premier $0 federal and $0 state.

What's the T Rowe Price link you used? Thanks.

budster said:   
rjbismark said:   Well, I feel a bit guilty about this: earlier I clicked through a T Rowe Price link for a online premiere $0 federal / $36 state. I wanted to see if I could could do better than $36, so I decided to do the $20 federal / $0 state through State Farm's link. Well, I guess the two stacked since I am now have premier $0 federal and $0 state.

What's the T Rowe Price link you used? Thanks.

I would assume its this, but it says its expired:
http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/expired-deals/1330342/

No dice with the schedule D - IMO, very sleezy. I am using TurboTax to fill out most of the stuff and then go to https://www.freefilefillableforms.com/ to complete my taxes.

Or download the free Basic version - it includes schedule D.

anyone still seeing free through State Farm? I'm getting a total of $54.

It seems TurboTax is trying to get you to buy more stuff. I tried to add a bond sale, it said I needed premier for $20. I tried to add a 1099-misc and it said I needed the home and business for $30. It didn't do this last year.

If you click through to the next page to order, the discounted price of $50 shows up.



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