Updated March 11, 2015: Turbotax Canada has once again teamed up with TD Canada Trust to help you save 20% on your tax software. As a TD client, this year you’ll get to save on all three of TurboTax’s best sellers – Standard, Premier, and Home & Business. All versions include Netfile, customer support, and are covered under a maximum refund guarantee. Plus, if you used TurboTax or UFile last year, you’ll be able to import all of your 2013 tax data automatically into your 2014 return in TurboTax.
How to get this offer.
To take advantage of these savings, simply start by going to this partner page at turbotax.ca. You’ll notice that it’s specifically set up for TD Canada Trust customers with the discounts already applied in the posted prices. Once you make your selection and start working on your tax return from this page, the discount will be reflected once it’s time to pay for your order.
In terms of the expiration of this partnership deal, we expect it to last through to the end of the tax season (April 30th). However, it’s subject to change or end at anytime so just keep that in mind.
Which version should I choose?
TurboTax Standard is the most popular choice in Canada so we recommend starting here. Because all three versions let you start for free, you’ll have a chance to begin working on your 2014 tax return and upgrade to a higher version if you need to before you pay. You’ll also notice that on the TD Canada Trust page that there is a link there that will let you compare all for versions (the three paid options and the free student version).
What other deals are available on TurboTax CA?
Your savings options are a little bit more limited this year than in year’s past because both National Bank of Canada and Royal Bank have stopped offering their customers discounts on TurboTax tax preparation software in Canada. But the good news is that there are still several other pretty good deals available at the moment which you can find on our main TurboTax Canada voucher page. Typically, the savings range from 10% off to 30% off, depending on the version you choose and where you buy it from.
Other banks and financial institutions also have a similar customer discount available this year. These include Scotia Bank, BMO, Vancity and Liberty Tax Service. The savings are all pretty much the same so you’ll likely end up getting the same price regardless of the offer you choose. Just remember that all of these partnerships do require you to be a current customer to be able to take advantage of the lower prices.
If you are having difficulties applying your TD Bank discount or if you have any other questions or comments, then let us know in the comments section below and we’ll do our best to help!