• Plus  $7.50 - For itemizers, homeowners and investors (State: $12.50 or Plus + State $20)
  • Premium  $15 - For self-employed, freelancers and contractors (State: $12.50 or Premium + State $27.50)

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Link shows Plus at $33, not $7.50. State is an ADDITIONAL $37, not 12.50.

Those prices are insane, given that you could get HR Block Deluxe for $4.95 late last year.

Where do you see your prices?

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canoeguy1 said:   Link shows Plus at $33, not $7.50. State is an ADDITIONAL $37, not 12.50.

Those prices are insane, given that you could get HR Block Deluxe for $4.95 late last year.

Where do you see your prices?

  
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ew3r5ecqg59rqct/Screenshot%202017-03-13%2018.27.10.png?dl=0

Keep in mind that it is for new customers only. 

 

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LocalDeals said:   
canoeguy1 said:   Link shows Plus at $33, not $7.50. State is an ADDITIONAL $37, not 12.50.

Those prices are insane, given that you could get HR Block Deluxe for $4.95 late last year.

Where do you see your prices?

  
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ew3r5ecqg59rqct/Screenshot%202017-03-13%2018.27.10.png?dl=0 

Keep in mind that it is for new customers only. 

 

  OK. That's just a screenshot. Where is the link?

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The IRS list several online sites to prep and E file taxes for free depending on your status.  I did my federal and state for free using OLT.com.
IRS rcommended sites 

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I have used TaxAct in the past and I was able to get the discount even though I'm not a "new customer". I had not signed in yet for this year.

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I have been using TaxAct for our personal return and H&R Block Premium and Business for my C corp's returns. The P&B allows for 5 personal Federal e-files, 1 personal state download, that I have never used before. Naive question, do those free personal returns have to be in some way connected/related to the business entity? e.g. employee etc. If not, I could just use the already purchased H&R for the personal returns and not buy TA separately. Thanks.

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I started a return this year for the 10.50 price and I was still able to add this deal for 7.50, but looks like I'll have to redo my entries to get this price.

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Maybe it's expired. I still don't see a 7.50 price. Shows $27 for Plus

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I had to click on the "Get Deal" link on mobile to get it to work.

Try this:
https://www.taxact.com/?sc=1609762151021&promo=FWMARCH20

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worked fine for me after clicking on get deal, even as a returning customer who had already started ( just opened the first page) a return at the $70 level including a state return. Just deleted the higher price return.

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Worked for me. Deleted the higher price return. Thanks so much.

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After using TaxAct for over 10 years I fired them this year when they jacked up the price. Used H&R Block free. Buh bye, TaxAct.

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After using TaxAct for over 10 years I fired them this year when they jacked up the price. Used H&R Block free. Buh bye, TaxAct.

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After using TaxAct for over 10 years I fired them this year when they jacked up the price. Used H&R Block free. Buh bye, TaxAct.

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Here's a link -- you may need to copy & paste: https://www.taxact.com/?sc=1609762151021&promo=FWMARCH20

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I've used TaxAct download for over 10 years, after this MAJOR price hike this year, I bailed.
Got TurboTax from Costco.

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amhidogha said:   I have been using TaxAct for our personal return and H&R Block Premium and Business for my C corp's returns. The P&B allows for 5 personal Federal e-files, 1 personal state download, that I have never used before. Naive question, do those free personal returns have to be in some way connected/related to the business entity? e.g. employee etc. If not, I could just use the already purchased H&R for the personal returns and not buy TA separately. Thanks.
 

Could someone please comment on the above?

Just as a backup have registered for this deal. Confirmed that it works for existing customers as well.

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I bought H&R Block federal+state for $25 at WalMart just yesterday. Yall are stupid.

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DaRkJaWs said:   I bought H&R Block federal+state for $25 at WalMart just yesterday. Yall are stupid.
  Buddy, I bought HR Block Federal for $4.95. Could have gotten State AND free state e-file for $10 more (total $14.95). You got ripped off in a major way, and you're calling other people stupid?

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Anybody know of a TaxAct discount code for filing a Trust/estate tax return? List price is $60.

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TaxAct is $75 now...  I have used their software for 10 years and increased their price.. 
 

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