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OK, the taxes are done, and I'm getting more frequent warnings from Intuit about upgrading. So do I...

1. Upgrade to 2012. If so, what is the best way to proceed, while protecting my considerable data (I haven't done a year-end file saving process since 2005).

2. Upgrade only to 2011. This was suggested in an earlier post, as the problems with 2012 are too great. If so, do I buy the 2011 version from Amazon?

Others' experience would be greatly appreciated.

Bill
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