dealsintuit turbotax deluxe federal + state + efileā€¦

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Nice deal, thanks. Used turbo tax for years and never a problem.

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and figures I got it the other day for $50

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I don't get it... Do you get to e-file state and federal for free with the software?

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@timothykelley86: You get to e-file federal for free. You get to download one state for free. You can print out and mail in your state, or you can pay TurboTax to e-file the state version.

Personally, I'm too ahem "frugal" to pay them to file for me. My state has an online option where you can type everything in. I'm likely just to print it out and send it in.

@psumek: I've been close to purchasing - held off in hopes of finding a better deal ;-)

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I switched to tax act - cheaper and just as good.

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Hmmmm...tried to use link, but just get a blank page. Went to Newegg directly & price is $49.99. Mebbe deal is kaput?

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Did you try the promo code? Deal worked for me (didn't purchse yet, just made sure code works). You have to manually enter in the promo code for the $10 discount. For CA residents, total is $42 and change... Dumb they tax you on something to file your taxes with.

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Huh, I live in AL and helped my GF do the turbotax free edition the other day. My credit union offered me 30% off (somewhere around there, it was $20.95) to do the state file and I did the federal for free. AL is pretty backwards so I doubt there's a place I can just type the info in online.

I also, after starting through my bank (which allowed subsequent logins to maintain the same discount), I used Shop Discover for 15% cashback, which supposedly doesn't apply to free edition but just in case.

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I use this every year. I definitely get the Deluxe version because it helps with mortgage info and itemizing deductions much better. I used the free version when I lived in FL because no state taxes. I bit the bullet last year and paid for state e-file...not sure it was worth it, so this might be perfect.

Definitely buying it.

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I'm in. Used efile last year and thought I needed deluxe for the mortgage, but TT is smart enough to know I didn't - gotta love that. Thx!

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Went to Staples yesterday, got Turbotax Deluxe +efile (don't need State) for $39.99 and also received a $5 gift card.

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Discount code given is dead....although it's still a great deal at $49.95. Federal at $40, state at $29.95, v/s total package at $50.....

Last several years I've filed on-line with TT, and price has always been 59.95 to 64.95, even with "preferred associate discounts"....

so......Good Deal!

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@subtlestang: Thanks - I forgot to expire it. I expect someone else will have it on sale again before too long, though.

I liked it better when TurboTax charged to eFile, instead of bundling that fee into the software price. I could do my taxes for $25 or $30, rather than $40 or $50.