TurboTax Home & Business Federal + E-file + State 2011 for PC [Download] [Old Version]

TurboTax 2011 Home and Business tax software

TurboTax 2011 Home and Business

TurboTax Home & Business: For your self-employment & personal income taxes

  • Guides you step by step through your self-employment and personal income taxes
  • Provides help in finding small business tax deductions and industry specific deductions
  • Expanded interview walks you through entering business income and expenses to help you maximize business and personal deductions
  • Free Federal E-File
  • Shows you how to maximize deductions related to large purchases
  • Free one-on-one expert tax advice live by phone or chat
  • Includes Free Federal E-File and one download of a TurboTax State product

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2 comments for “TurboTax Home & Business Federal + E-file + State 2011 for PC [Download] [Old Version]

  1. Stephen
    November 20, 2012 at 1:02 PM

    The Best Tax Software Available (with a warning) I have been using Turbo Tax for about 10 years. In general it is an easy to use program and I have never been audited. I only enter legitimate data that I have a receipt for. If I was to be audited it wouldn’t be a big deal.6 years ago I had gone through the process of filling out all my forms but neglected to save the data prior to entering the E file area of the program. When I saw the state fee for E file, I tried to back out of the E file program section. All of my data prior to my last save was lost. This was about 6 hours of work. I know it was my fault for not saving my data, but I thought that the E file was included in the price of the program. I felt the program should require you to save the data prior to entering a section where the data would be lost if you backed out of the E file section. I called Intuit to let them know what happened and found the response to my issue underwhelming.The Federal E file is free but the states may charge additional fee of about $20 to E file.The next year I used an accountant which turned out to be a big mistake. It cost several times the price of the software package and all of my carryover deductions needed to be manually entered. I spent more time putting my information together for the accountant than I had spent in previous years doing the return myself. The accountant just made the deadline and repeatedly called asking for clarifications on deductions.I learned my lesson from that experience. Now I always use Turbo Tax Home and Business but make sure I save my data throughout the entry process.I’d give the product 4.5 stars if I could. I find the statement of E file to be slightly deceptive. The state filing is not included in the price the program. Intuit is much clearer about this now than they use to be. You just need to be aware of this and include that cost in your purchase decision. I print and file my state return to avoid the fee. There are also areas of the business deductions that require research from the IRS’s website which can be tedious.The program allows business deductions carry over to future years which save a lot of time and helps maintain accuracy. If you are going to use this program it pays to be a repeat user.

  2. Robert Callaway DVM
    November 20, 2012 at 1:18 PM

    employee information data storage I have used this product since 1997 to do my taxes. Unfortunately, this year Turbo Tax decided to store the payroll information on their servers rather than the consumers’ desktops. The result is my employees’ information is stored where I have no control. I will forever need to worry about security issues considering this data. If at some point in the future I need to amend the return, I will be dependent on the goodwill of Turbo Tax to access this data. I will no longer be using this product.

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