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Good morning cat's meow,

I can only answer part of your question. If you want to avoid paying the $9.95 to e-file your return, buy TaxCut. It costs about $10, but it has enclosed a $9.95 rebate for the 1st e-filed return, so all you really pay for is the program itself.

Of course. if you already bought theTurbo Tax, then It won't help to buy another tax program, would it. Sorry.

To most people, the appeal of using tax software is that it gives them another reason to cuddle up with their computer.I guess most of us need to get a life, huh?
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