TurboTax Premier 2004

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  • Tax preparation software with step-by-step guidance and free electronic filing
  • Help and advice for investments, Schedule C businesses, and rental property
  • Extra guidance on business asset depreciation and home-office deductions
  • Assistance with reporting stocks, bonds, and mutual funds
  • Maximize 401(k) contributions without decreasing take-home pay

Product Description
TurboTax Premier software guides you through your ret with more help for investments, Schedule C business, and rental property. TurboTax Premier provides help when you need it for reporting stocks, bonds, mutual funds and employee stock plans. It offers advice for depreciation and other business deductions. And it gives tips for reporting rental property income as well as depreciation and other deductions. TurboTax Premier easily prepares and prints W-2 and 1099-Mis… More >>

TurboTax Premier 2004

5 Comments For This Post

  1. Ricky Levine Says:

    I have a little concern that the CPA reviewer below might be a little biased since this item steals much of his business… But if you are willing to take the time to go through the turbo tax interview carefully and are looking to save some dough, this software works well, and is very empowering.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. L. Gully Says:

    THIS WAS MY FIRST YEAR USING TURBO TAX. I USUALLY USE A TAX ACCOUNTING SERVICE SINCE I HAVE A JOB AND A HOME BASED BUSINESS. I PURCHASED THE TURBO TAX PREMIER AT WAL-MART FOR ABOUT $60 AND THIS INCLUDED A REBATE FOR ONE FREE E-FILE AND IT ALSO INCLUDED STATE TAX, VIA INTERNET DOWNLOAD. IT LOADED ON MY PC(WINDOWS XP) WITH NO PROBLEMS IN UNDER 5 MINUTES. IT WAS A BLAST TO BE ABLE TO DO MY TAXES AT HOME WITHOUT WAITING IN A LONG LINE OR PAYING A TAX SERVICE UP TO 4 TIMES MORE THAN THE PRICE OF TURBO TAX.

    THERE WERE ONLY A COUPLE MINOR CONS: I KEPT GET AN ERROR MESSAGE TELLING ME TO LEAVE A SPACE BLANK THAT WAS ALREADY BLANK AND AFTER CLEARING IT OUT A COUPLE TIMES IT LET ME PROCEED. THE OTHER CON IS AT THE END WHEN IT’S TIME TO PRINT FORMS TO MAIL IN. IT TELLS YOU TO PRINT A COPY FOR YOUR OWN RECORDS BUT IT ISN’T CLEAR ABOUT PRINTING A COPY TO MAIL IN TO THE IRS OR STATE AND FINALLY IT TELLS YOU THAT IT WILL TELL YOU WHERE TO MAIL YOUR FORMS BUT IT DOESN’T. YOU HAVE TO LOOK ON THE FORMS AFTER YOU PRINT THEM TO FIND THE MAILING ADDRESS FOR THE IRS OR STATE. OVERALL I LIKE THE SOFTWARE AND WILL BE USING IT AGAIN NEXT YEAR!!!!!
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. David Says:

    I am not sure of R. Brenner’s problem, but Turbo Tax installed great for me. This is my third year using it. The first year, I tried both Tax Cut and Turbo Tax. TurboTax was much more easier to use and much more helpful.

    Turbo Tax is an excellent product. Don’t take my word for it.

    Ask PC Magazine […]

    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. RBMunkin Says:

    I don’t agree with the biased CPA below (can’t buy judgement in a box). I’ve used TT for years and am an accountant. For MANY people it’s fine. Sure, if you are rich and have complex tax issues, you may need advice. And if you are self-employed you may need help coming up with more deductions which will save you more than you pay for the help, that’s fine. But for most people, with basic tax returns, tax software is fine.

    BUT BEWARE OF THIS YEAR’S TURBO TAX!

    Don’t do it! Most likely it won’t install correctly. Many people this year, including me, simply cannot run Turbo Tax. I spent hours on tech support TWICE, tried the “fixes” on the message boards at their web site, and still nothing. It simply will NOT run.

    Intuit used to be a good company with good products and good customer service and tech support. But that was 10 years ago. Now? Lousy everything. I know more about their products than their tech support people. They seem to have been pulled off the street and given one hour of training.

    I may try Tax Cut but I’m bummed about the review below that says TT is better than Tax Cut. If that’s true, TC must REALLY be lousy! But what else can I do? TT won’t work on my computer.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. T. S. Hogan Says:

    Oddly enough, I filed my 2004 taxes in 2010….hummmm.

    Outside of the price – I was VERY surprised that after 5 yrs. this disc costed $80.00 – it was just as easy as all the other years I have used. I didn’t have any problems and it didn’t take long @ all…fortunately I had all my papers from 2004, I’m sure that made it much easier for me! Whew!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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