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Subject: Re: Poll: Figuring Income Taxes Date: 2/16/2013 2:37 PM
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I use TurboTax. I used to do them at home, long form, by hand. Since I know exactly what that feels like, I wholeheartedly embraced TurboTax when it came out. (Actually, I think I used something for a year before TurboTax, but the idea was marvelous!).

When my taxes get more complicated (probably when I retire and start taking distributions from things), I'll likely use a tax person to do them, but for now, it's very easy. W-2s, some interest, some dividends, done. Deductions are property tax, state income tax, mortgage interest and charity. I also fill out the childcare stuff.

Past that, there's very little to do, but I like having it all online for me and able to be easily printed into PDFs that I can save.

GSF
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