JK, you said:--I've heard that it's possible to use Turbotax like an electronic version of pencil-and-paper, where you see the tax forms on the screen and you fill in your data from hardcopy W-2's, 1099's, etc.--Yes you can do this. You are not required to use Quicken or anything else. If you were to use Quicken (and classified transactions correctly), TurboTax could import your information.--But if I do, can I also do another family member's taxes on it as well? Or is it a one-use only type of thing?--You can do multiple returns.Happy Taxes,Cookc2
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