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I would appreciate comments on ease of use edcosoft's D1 generator in light of the fact that, technically, I'm not so hot with a computer or Excel.

Also, can the printed D1 form be used in place of Schedule D, or as some sort of attachment and, if as attachment, how much of Schedule d needs to be filled out?

I did Schedule D last year by hand and had a bunch of trades (much less this year :)). Also, I paid an accountant large money to do my taxes and owed anyway, so I will be doing them myself this year with TurboTax. Does TurboTax have any Schedule D provisions built in?


P.S. edcosoft, feel free to comment as well.
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