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    What was that website?

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    Before owning my own business I used to do my own taxes on Turbo Tax. Now that the business is sold I no longer want to pay the high fees of my accountant just to file simple federal & state taxes.

    I remember reading about another online tax software others use. Anyone know the name?

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    taxact?
    taxact.com

    Taxcut by hrblock also has a free simple version
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    taxact?
    taxact.com

    Taxcut by hrblock also has a free simple version

    I'll check it out! Thanks!
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    Yeah taxact and taxcut both have free online versions if your family makes below a certain amount. irs.gov has a page on their website with links to all of them. I file my federal taxes for free every year on HR Block and when I lived in a state with state taxes I would go to the comptrollers website and file there for free. Maybe NC has that too!

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