TurboTax Rules

Seriously.

$70 plus $20 to efile my state return, versus $700+ to have my accountant do them, and it didn’t take me any longer, because the packet I had to fill out for my accountant was pretty much the same as the questions TurboTax used.

I used the Home and Business version (got it at BJs on sale), I really couldn’t be happier.  Given the small odds of an audit, and that we tend to have solid documentation, there’s no way we’ll use an accountant again unless they are providing some serious tax planning value over what the software provides, and ours wasn’t, at all.

About Paul Stagg

Husband, lifter, MBA in Baltimore, MD. Will post about Powerlifting, politics, Classical Liberalism, Economics, building wealth, self improvement, productivity, heavy music, wine, food, beer, and almost anything else. View all posts by Paul Stagg

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