TurboTax Free Premier Tax Filing

Posted by Madison on March 18, 2011

TurboTax is hooking up readers with free federal tax filing today.

It’s our Free Money Friday deal this week!

TurboTax gave me three free activation codes for the TurboTax Premier online version, so I’m giving them away to readers.

How to Get Free TurboTax Codes

  1. Leave a comment below by Friday March 25, 9 am CST.
  2. In your comment, share a tax tidbit!
  3. I’ll email the winners (drawn randomly) with the TurboTax codes.

More on TurboTax

I just finished helping my little brother with his taxes using TurboTax. He wanted to prepare them himself, so we figured using TurboTax online was the easiest option for him. He was able to complete them himself using the prompts and questions pretty easily.

You can see our full TurboTax Review for more information.

TurboTax Code Terms and Conditions

  • This code is redeemable at TurboTax.com and good for one free federal + state preparation and e-file with TurboTax Premier Online 2010.
  • This code can only be redeemed once and is only valid through the 2010 tax season.
  • Codes may not be redeemed for cash and are not for resale.
  • Lost or stolen cards will not be replaced.

Tax Tidbits

What is a Tax Tidbit? A random tax fact, your favorite tax credit, when you like to file your taxes, anything interesting about taxes is fair game. Even if you’ve already filed and don’t need a TurboTax code, feel free to share your random tax tidbits!

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Comments to TurboTax Free Premier Tax Filing

  1. You can’t carryover losses from prior years in a NJ tax return.


  2. 47% of americans did not pay income taxes in 2009


    • Why am I always in that 53% that can’t get away with it?

      Mr. Mike

  3. If you work for yourself, make sure to keep track of mileage, expenses, and even R&D time that you put into the business… it makes tax time much easier and happier!


  4. President Abraham Lincoln created the IRS during the Civil War to help pay for the military expenses.


  5. Summer Camp counts as childcare.


  6. Income taxes were unconstitutional until the Sixteenth Amendment was ratified in 1913.


  7. 529 plans are a great way to start saving for your kids college, especially when you can get a state tax deduction for doing it.


  8. I did mine 2 different ways this year: via TT, and the organization I work for, which provided free tax prep. I haven’t filed them yet, but both came out nearly the same. Sooo…use an online service! They’re quicker, and identify a lot more than I as an individual can! Plus, they educate you a bit, to boot!

    Chris D.

  9. Where did you get your numbers from? 47% of Americans didn’t pay their taxes last year?


  10. I just found out that you’ll only get a 1099-INC for honorariums of over $900.


  11. Check out the ‘Making Work Pay Credit’—See Sch. M –and line 63 onForm 1040. It”s easy to get a credit.


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