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I've used TT many years on my PC, and I've used it at least twice on-line; haven't had a problem with either way.

I would not be concerned about security with the on-line version. There are numerous ways to e-file that could open you up to any security holes just as an on-line version could.

I also wouldn't be concerned with the Intuit servers. I usually can't file until late March/early April, but I start entering data in January/February. I have no problem editing and saving many times before filing.
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