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I have used Turbotax for several years but decided to try Taxcut to save some money (it is cheaper and allows you to file your return for free with mail-in rebate). It was not a good product for me because I have rental properties and the depreciation calculation got screwed up when it tried to import TurboTax data. Also, if you go back several days worth of posts on this board, it seems like Taxcut has several other problems that I didn't personally affect me -because I returned it for a full refund. So, if you don't mind spending a little more money, Turbotax is the way to go IMHO.

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