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I went to TT premiere this year for this very reason, and it was easy.

I ended up paying $52 at Costco, or I could have done it online at for $40. I hate to say it, but being able to import info from last year's return into turbotax (and being able to compare against prior years' returns) is a big reason I stick with them. I just hate they use that to squeeze more out of you year after year.

If you don't want to go that route, you can probably just calculate your own cost basis, taking into consideration whatever discount your company has already listed on your W2 as other compensation.
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