It is tax season once again and the retailers are now advertising a wide array of tax software. With all these choices do you know which one to purchase?
H&R Block offers software on traditional discs or downloaded from the internet that includes unlimited real time chat with a tax expert. TurboTax works excellently with Quick Books and Quicken. The lowest price your examiner could find is the link below.
- H&R Block Basic ($14.99) does not include state. It is for people in states without a state income tax therefore not recommended for Michiganders.
- H&R Block Basic ($24.99) plus state but no e-files. This is only for very basic returns.
- Intuit Turbo Tax Basic (29.99) includes federal e-filing.
- H&R Deluxe ($29.99) plus state but e-filing the state is $19.95 extra.
- Intuit Turbo Tax Deluxe ($39.99) plus state. Note that e-filing the state is extra.
- H&R Block Premium and Business ($46.96) for small business owners.
- H&R Block Premium ($47.51) is designed for the self-employed and rental property owners.
- Intuit Turbo Tax Premier ($63.99) handles investments and rental property.
- Intuit Turbo Tax Home & Business ($71.99) does both personal and business taxes.
Taxes for 2013 are due on Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
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