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Well, this is good news for those who like to get a jumpstart on things. Tax season isn’t until April, but if you snag this deal, you can be more prepared than you think for the new year to come.
TurboTax Deluxe Tax Software is made for current and soon-to-be retirees, rental property owners, estate beneficiaries and many more people with unique tax situations—and Amazon knocked $20 off the entire package for PCs and Macs.
And best of all? You don’t have to wait to get it in the mail because Amazon has instant downloading for this software. Now you can finish your taxes sooner than later.
Using TurboTax Deluxe to file your personal taxes is like having a virtual accountant who will doggedly search through more than 350 tax deductions and credits—including mortgage interest, property taxes and energy-efficient home improvements—to find the maximum refund you’re entitled to.
If you made donations, accrued interest on your mortgage, or had medical or education expenses this is the TurboTax package you’ll want, too. It automatically imports last year’s tax return information plus all of this year’s applicable documents—from W2s to investment portfolios—then guides you through every step in the process of preparing your taxes confidently.
And I do mean confidently. The software is up to date on the latest tax laws and will double-check your work before e-filing it to the IRS and state agencies. TurboTax has your back every step of the way—and you can even call live representatives if you need a little extra coaching.
This TurboTax Deluxe deal is an Amazon Exclusive, and that means you get even more than you bargained for. It’s a perfect way to get your financial footing for the new year.
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