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I was using TaxAct Deluxe for last 3 years and was pretty happy with it,
their $18-20 bundle includes Federal and State tax modules and one free electronic filing.
In 2006 we bought our first home and then I read somewhere that while for simple return TaxAct is good, for itemized deductions TaxCut and TurboTax are better and was thinking about switching to one of them,
but now I see more experienced people are still happy with TaxAct, I believe, I can still use it,


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