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Old 05-24-2017, 07:01 AM
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Best tax filing software that imports data

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I was wondering what would be the best software that imports w2 data and also investment data from sites like ETrade etc.? I think only TurboTax does this. Are there any other software? What is it's cost?



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Old 05-24-2017, 12:54 PM
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Hello,
I was wondering what would be the best software that imports w2 data and also investment data from sites like ETrade etc.? I think only TurboTax does this. Are there any other software? What is it's cost?
many sorts of tax return software;I guess you are not a tax professional, then,It can be difficult to determine which version will work best for preparing your income tax return. SoftwareTaxpayers with multiple investments and rental properties, in addition to multiple deductions, will want to upgrade to a premier or premium level package.you may need to keep using the same software each year;TB product continues to impress with its easy navigation, clear instructions and ability to import thousands of documents from employers, investment firms and other institutions. Although other software programs also allow you to import documents, none are as comprehensive as TB.



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Although other software programs also allow you to import documents, none are as comprehensive as TB.
By TB do you mean TurboTax. If I buy their desktop version do I have to keep paying each year to file every year? Or can I buy once and use it every year?



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By TB do you mean TurboTax. If I buy their desktop version do I have to keep paying each year to file every year? Or can I buy once and use it every year?
By TB do you mean TurboTax.=>.Yes


If I buy their desktop version do I have to keep paying each year to file every year? Or can I buy once and use it every year?===>you need to buy it each year . Because TurboTax is built for a specific tax year, you'll need TurboTax 2016 to file your 2016 tax return. There is no way to update your TurboTax 2015 (or earlier) software to handle the 2016 tax law requirements.



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