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I pay $16.95 total for federal and state returns, efiling and evening included. I also find that if I have a technical issue or question about how they calculated a line on a tax form, their support has been far superior from that which I received when I was with one of the 'big guys'.

If you're willing to do your taxes online and use TaxAct, you can do it all for less than your current state efile fee alone. Looks like only $3 more the downloadable version.

Just saying that you weren't robbed, you had a choice. Next year, vote with your wallet.
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