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TurboTax and Amazon gift card refund bonus program for 2014

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Did you know that by using TurboTax to file your taxes you have the ability to get the biggest tax refund and also get exclusive bonuses through the TurboTax Refund Bonus Program. The exclusive bonuses are worth an extra 5% to 10% on top of your refund.

How Do I Get the Bonus?

  • File your taxes with TurboTax Online
  • Use an increment of $100 from your tax return and purchase an Amazon.com Gift Card* from within Turbo Tax
  • By using the Turbo Tax Federal Free Edition or Basic Edition you will get an extra 5% onto your gift card. And by using the Deluxe, Premier, Home and Business or the Military Edition you will receive an extra 10% onto your gift card

So for example by using the Deluxe Edition from TurboTax and by purchasing a $500 gift card you will receive and extra 10%, which increases the value of your gift card to $550.

With the Amazon.com Gift Card** you can shop online at amazon.com. You can purchase almost anything directly from the website. TurboTax uses the Refund Bonus Program to put more money back into your pocket.

Once your tax refund is available, TurboTax will send you an email with a code that you can use to claim your Amazon.com Gift Card. Visit TurboTax Online for 2014 – The Best Choice for the Maximum Refund!

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