Arthur Conan Doyle
Do Not File has always been present on versions prior to mid January or so, andDon in San Antonio said:I called TTax support and they were pretty helpful. They said the "DO NOT =
FILE" marking means the final version of the form is not ready yet. They al=
so said that the only was to determine what version you need is to do the i=
nitial interview and indicate what income sources you had in 2014.
later on forms that were expected to change, so that isn't a good indicator of
which version of TTax to use.
The advice to use the TTax initial interview to determine which version to buy
is also a bit of a canard. It's true this year, but hasn't been in the past as
you could always use forms mode.
It appears that Intuit has made the decision to remove forms mode to force
people into more expensive versions of the software. Hopefully that decision
will blow up on them.