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State Farm Customers: Free Online Tax Filing with TurboTax

Posted By Jim On 01/09/2007 @ 10:20 am In Free,Taxes | 6 Comments

While I don’t have a State Farm account or policy, there have been confirmed reports that anyone with an account at State Farm will soon be eligible to file their taxes via TurboTax absolutely free (they offered this in previous years). The offer includes Federal, State, and ItsDeductible. If you log in, there’s a link to the offer on your Account Summary page.

File Your 2006 Income Tax for Free

Coming soon for State Farm customers who are registered online and have at least one policy or account viewable online…

Once again, Intuit, the creators of TurboTax, have agreed to provide you the ability to file your 2006 income tax online free of charge. Please check back after the first of the year to take advantage of this service.

If you want an account, you can open a credit card or open a bank account with State Farm but I don’t think either are worth it financially or time-wise just to get free tax filing (plus, if your adjusted gross income is under 52k, you can file for free via the IRS Free File Program [3] anyway).

Reported in a thread [4] on Fatwallet.


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[3] file for free via the IRS Free File Program: http://www.irs.gov/efile/article/0,,id=118986,00.html

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