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Old 02-06-2003, 09:19 AM
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Mile-this is Deanna's specialty. If you want, give us a call tonight. Make it late as she's working some insain hours.
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Old 02-06-2003, 01:52 PM
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http://www.bcentral.com/resources/fi...d=msn&LID=3800

found that on msn....

one thing ive learned is not to get them done by a professional if you didnt make much. last year i should have gotten back 55, it cost me 50 to have someone do them!!
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Has anyone encountered any problems with the copy protection that Intuit has added to Turbotax this year? Apparently quite a few TurboTax users are up in arms about it. It installs a monitoring program called Safecast that resides in the background the entire time that your PC is running. This is used to validate a copy protection code that is stored on your hard drive. Some users have reported difficulty with upgrading components on their PC, moving the software to a new PC, issues with other software not running properly because of Safecast, etc. Just wondering if anyone has run into this...
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Old 03-01-2003, 07:00 PM
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Just keep your copies of your w-2 when you file online. You do not have mail them to Uncle Sam. Turbo Tax is the way to go....
 
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turbo tax is the way to go. Save your money and use turbo tax. It may ask lots of questions but you may recieve a larger refund
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I use Turbo tax on April 14 since I always have to pay.
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