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korhk72
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How can I pay for Turbo Tax if I don't have a US based credit card?

 
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bluedeb
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How can I pay for Turbo Tax if I don't have a US based credit card?

Do you have a refund due?  If you do you can pay TurboTax by having the fee deducted from your refund.  There is a charge for that service.

 

For fee payment, we can only accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards with a U.S. billing address.

 

Another option is to pay your fees with your federal refund, also known as Pay With My Refund (charges may apply).

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bluedeb
Level 15

How can I pay for Turbo Tax if I don't have a US based credit card?

Do you have a refund due?  If you do you can pay TurboTax by having the fee deducted from your refund.  There is a charge for that service.

 

For fee payment, we can only accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards with a U.S. billing address.

 

Another option is to pay your fees with your federal refund, also known as Pay With My Refund (charges may apply).

xmasbaby0
Level 15

How can I pay for Turbo Tax if I don't have a US based credit card?

Or....can you find somewhere to purchase one of those pre-paid debit cards and get one with a U.S. based billing address.   If you are abroad, you can likely get one from the U.S. embassy.

**Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to offer the most correct information possible. The poster disclaims any legal responsibility for the accuracy of the information that is contained in this post.**

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