TurboTax app for Windows 10 takes care of tax returns

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Filing tax returns is something that most people dread doing simply because of how inconvenient and annoying it can get really fast. The newer generations have a great advantage on their side in the form of the internet and specifically the Windows Store. Microsoft’s app purchasing platform, Windows Store, now hosts a new app which deals with filing taxes.

The application is called TurboTax and it focuses on facilitating the process of filing tax returns. One of the best characteristics of this app is that it is free and allows users to simply install it and give it a try rather than have to test their luck and potentially buy an app they won’t be using.

There are many benefits to using this app

Those that are interested about getting TurboTax can get it right now off of the Windows Store where it is available. It will provide an array of features and functionalities revolving around taxes, and it will also open the way to a very competent and helpful customer support service.

Filling out entry forms can be a real pain, but this app is also helpful by removing the necessity of filling them out manually. Through the app, W-2 forms as well as 90’s forms can be filled out automatically and thus users save a lot of time and effort each time they do their tax return.

There are multiple versions of the app

The level of intricacy possessed by the app is determined by the version of the app that is used. There is a free version which works just fine for things like state or federal returns. However, those that want to get deeper into things like rentals, stock bonds or investments will have to get the Deluxe version of the app.

Tax return support and representation

There is also a solution for those that don’t necessarily know or aren’t completely sure how to do their tax returns. For them, there is the Expert Review service which has an expert look over the manually done tax return. All changes that need to be made will be highlighted and users will get the chance to modify them before actually submitting them for good. The expert reviewing the tax return can also help and represent users in the eventuality in which they are contacted by the IRS.

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