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TaxCut Standard & Deduction Pro – FREE

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H&R Block is giving away TaxCut Standard (Federal) and Deduction Pro absolutely free.

  • TaxCut Standard (you’ll even get the Worry-Free Audit Support!)
  • Deduction Pro
  • You will still have to find a way to do your state taxes but you’ll be covered on the federal.

    You may have missed it but the resources are still there, check out H&R Block’s National Tax Advice Day.

    Some have tried to download the software and experienced problems (them asking for money), here a tip from kind reader Jennifer:

    I got it. Just change the quantity in the 2nd box (download insurance) to 0. Push update. Should be free.

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    6 Responses to “TaxCut Standard & Deduction Pro – FREE”

    1. Caitlin says:

      Once again…Windows only. sigh.

      I’ve used taxcut for years and years, and even used their mac version after buying an iMac over a year ago. But mac users rarely seem to be included on these promos (quicken flat out charges MORE for the mac version of their software). I’ll be giving turbotax online a shot this year.

      But if I still was on windows, I’d be psyched…I always enjoyed using taxcut.

    2. Dave says:

      That doesn’t seem to work. I get the page where it says it is free but when I say add to cart it shows up a shopping cart with it listed as costing $9.99. I tried a few things to see if I was doing something wrong but couldn’t seem to find a way to get it downloaded for free.

    3. Dave says:

      I’m having the same problem. $9.99. Hmmm… It does appear as “free” before I add it to the cart.

    4. Jennifer says:

      I got it. Just change the quantity in the 2nd box (download insurance) to 0. Push update. Should be free.

    5. Clutter2Cash says:

      Tax Filing Options: A Mini-Roundup

      [...]I had to shop around for a new, Mac OSX compatible, option for calculating and e-filing my taxes. And with all this “free” software floating around I was determined to do it for far less than $55 this year[...]Jim’s got a tip on the Free TaxCut…

    6. mpragnes says:

      here’s the link that worked for me

      free taxcut download link


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