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Thanks for your comment - I probably should have tried Kiplinger's. I bought TurboTax and found that it was missing key components that weren't developed yet - it told me I needed to pay more estimated taxes and would owe a penalty (I triple-checked my numbers under the Safe Harbor rule so I think the software is wrong), and it allowed me rental deductions for 2001 when I think I won't meet the limits. So I'm not very comfortable with it. Just my thoughts on the popular tax program...
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