I have gone back to October and read through posts relevant to tax software programs. I have learned two things: it will not calculate cost basis and it costs $9.95 to do an e-file (with Turbo Tax).Two questions: Can I dodge the $9.95 by printing the completed forms and mailing them myself? What is the appeal of using tax software programs? It seems to me that I still have to do the work on my own just to input data.I have always filed my tax returns. This year I am feeling a bit leery about doing this because I sold two of my mutual funds. Cost basis calculating sounds a bit tricky, although I do have tax tips from the mutual fund companies and the MF Tax Investment book.- Cat's Meow
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