OT: location of best tax software deals


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Chris Cowles

Being tax season, many of us are looking for the best price on our
preferred tax software. I use Taxcut and used to use the 'Deluxe' version.
It looks like there is no longer a 'Deluxe' version but only 'Premier'
which used to be Deluxe + bundled services (sound like Money?). From the
descriptions I've read, it doesn't necessarily include a free e-File,
despite the Sunday ad pictures showing that version.

Anyway, the best deal I've seen so far is TaxCut Premium Federal at
OfficeMax for $20. That does not include eFile (~$15) nor state returns (I
don't need one in Florida). Bottom line is preparing and eFiling my taxes
this year will cost me $35.

Can anyone else find a better deal that's readily available?

TurboTax users, feel free to reply for the benefit of others.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Chris Cowles

I'll update my own entry. Today's Office Depot Sunday insert lists Premium
Federal + State for $30, plus a $15 Office Depot gift card by mail, plus a
free ream of paper after rebate plus CA Internet Security Suite 2007 free
after rebate. I don't know if that's a new or upgrade price.

The net price is cheaper if you want to jump through the hoops. It's also a
better deal if you have use for the state return. Personally, I have no
interest in either the state return or the security software, and am not
very good at returning rebates. I'll probably go to Office Max.
 
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Steven Stone

|I'll update my own entry. Today's Office Depot Sunday insert lists Premium
|Federal + State for $30, plus a $15 Office Depot gift card by mail, plus a
|free ream of paper after rebate plus CA Internet Security Suite 2007 free
|after rebate. I don't know if that's a new or upgrade price.
|

I found that Sam's Club had cheaper prices on Tax software than most of
my local office, electronics, and big box stores. Money 2007 was also
much cheaper there unless you wanted to play the rebate game.
 

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