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The other day I put up a message describing a program to do your taxes for free. I further went on to say I had found this program on the net via a search through a search engine (I won't name one for fear of advertising it) and it was really nice. I then supplied a link to it and named it for fellow tax payers.

Well, I got a message that it was removed because it broke advertising rules. I am not sure if this was due to the hyper link in the message or not. At any rate, I figured I would at least put another message on here telling you guys that such a program does exist, without naming it. If you can't find it on your own, just send me an email.

P.S. I don't stand to profit from this in any way.

Just venting.

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