It’s tax time! And for most people, that means forking over anywhere between $20 and $120 dollars for the 2012 version of TurboTax. But no need to pay full price! I’ve rounded up some of the hottest deals on Intuit’s TurboTax 2012. Leave a comment if any of these don’t work for you!
- Free TurboTax “Freedom Edition” – If you make less than 31k AGI or are active-duty military, you can get TurboTax for free, online. The federal filing is free, and free state filing in about 20 states.
- Save $10 on TurboTax Deluxe with Discover – First use this link, then pay with a Discover card. Easy $10 dollars saved.
- Save $20 on TurboTax 2012 with Chase – Use this link to save $10 or $20 dollars (depending on what version you choose).
- $20 off Turbo Tax with Vanguard – Use this link. Easy savings!
- Free Quicken Deluxe 2013 with Purchase of TurboTax 2012 – Use this link to purchase any version of TurboTax on Amazon, then apply coupon code: BTTG35QK. This one is a great deal!
- Free state and federal 2012 Filing with State Farm – If you have a State Farm Bank (checking account), log in, and there will be a link for free TurboTax filing. You must enter using the link within the State Farm site for this one to work.
- TurboTax Deluxe Federal for $29.99 – A good $10 dollar savings if you don’t need to file state taxes.
- TurboTax Deluxe Federal + State for $44 shipped – Great if you have an Amazon Prime account!
Alternatives to TurboTax:
- Free H&R Block – Similar to TurboTax’s Freedom Edition, you may file taxes for free. If you make less than 57k AGI and are less than 52 years old, you qualify.
- TaxAct – They offer a free edition with no income requirements. I’ve never personally used TaxAct, so can’t really vouch for them.