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The truly obsessive would have been entering all of their pay information into Quicken (not Money, as that isn't an Intuit product) through the year and only need the W2 to confirm their addition. One could then use that information as input into their early purchase of TT, so that when the W2 arrives, all that needs to be done is a quick check of the data, and finalize the return.


Your comment assumes that your pay stub gives you the information needed to be able to enter accurate data. My employer combines the FICA and Medicare amounts on the pay stub and does not separate Gross Income into Pre (401k and Flex) and Post Tax amounts.

I use Microsoft Money and H&R Block TaxCut. I have enough information now to estimate my tax situation, but still waiting for the W-2
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