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Even if you have AMT, TurboTax or any of those programs / online form based tax computations will do it just fine. If you don't mind doing some arithmetic and maybe spending some time learning concepts that aren't simple, but not rocket science either, then there's no reason to higher a professional. Unless, as lorenzo said, you don't have good records, in which case you may need some guidance. You could still try it on your own and see, just start early :)
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