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I need to prepare household (1040) and fiduciary (1041) taxes. For the past 3 years, I used TaxCut Home and Business; the software contained all the necessary forms.

This year, I bought TaxCut Business. I see that it does not include household forms :-(. I don't want to have to buy a separate household program.

Can anyone recommend software that would include both household and fiduciary forms?


No, you're going to have to buy two programs. If you use TaxCut, the combined cost for personal and business returns isn't much, if any, different than it was last year. The only difference appears to be that last year you purchased the federal home and business package separately from the state home and business package. This year you purchase the complete home package separate from the complete business package.

Personally I have generally found TurboTax to be easier to use and more polished, but also more expensive.

Ira
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