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The two I have TurboTax and Quicken are pretty rudimentary. I was expecting something that could take the guess work out of it. Where it would ask you how much you are planning to make, whether or not you are planning to participate in a 401(k) and how mucj you intend to contribute. And other factors that will affect your AGI. Then tell you that if you claim only one exemption you will get a $xxxx.xx refund. If you claim N more exemptions you will reduce you refund or possibly owe at EOY.
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