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Or just do like me, give up on the constantly changing tax laws and just hire a CPA to do them. About $400 for a return the size of a short novel and worth every penny. I’d stress about every single alphabet schedule....not an easy return.

Since it’s a “big” year $400 isn’t bad. About twice the cost of Turbo Tax Business. Still takes me 5-6 hours just to pull paperwork together.

The year I got a scary letter from the IRS claiming I owed $15,000 and she said “I’ll handle it”, buried them in paperwork and they backed off....Turbo won’t do that for you.

Worth it.
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