Offers verified on February 19, 2018
TurboTax Standard for 2017 (tax year 2016)
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- This promotion ends on May 1st, 2017.
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- If you’re considering switching to TurboTax or if you’re doing your taxes by yourself for the first time this year then you can head on over to the official TurboTax center and start your return online for free. You’ll be able to see how the program works and even see your detections as you go along. Then once you get near the end of completing your tax return, you’ll have the choice to either buy the program or not. If not, just stop and the trial didn’t cost you anything at all.