I pretty much echo what others have said. I have used both TurboTax and TaxCut (Kiplinger, H&R Block) in the past. Many years ago I used and liked a product which is no longer marketed which I believe was produced by the same people that are now putting out TaxAct. Like others I think the basic version of any of them will do a great job of filling out most of the more common IRS forms either by direct input or from data input in an interview format. I have generally purchased the deluxe versions for the additional "freebies" like state forms, e-filing, rebates, etc.When they start appearing in the retail stores (they may be there now) you can generally look at the boxes to determine what is included and a comparision between the basic, deluxe, super deluxe, and business versions.I have used TaxCut for the past 2 years and will likely use it again this year but I have no complaints with TurboTax.You might be looking for print and internet media which does some comparisions between the different applications. They frequently appear about this time of year.Bob
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