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"Good News! For those affected by product changes last year-your forms are back!"

This is the third time Intuit has had to do damage control over TurboTax gaffes:

1. Hard-drive boot sectors

2. C-Dilla spyware

3. Omitted forms

I gave up on Intuit in 2003, the year they f****d with everyone's hard-drive boot sectors when installing Turbo Tax. Now I avoid Intuit like the plague.

Count me as another happy TaxAct user.
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