In Online TurboTax, a W-2G requires Deluxe or higher. i.e., Deluxe would be the minimum product. And in the Deluxe edition, a state return is 39.99 (discounted now to 36.99.)
All of the desktop editions can handle a W-2G.
If the W-2G is the only reason that you need Deluxe or higher, you can consider the other free product--the FREEDOM Edition, if you meet just ONE of the qualifications below. The Freedom Edition (not to be confused with regular Free Edition) can handle a W-2G.
The Freedom Edition has free Federal preparation AND free State preparation.
There is no efiling fee.
The Freedom Edition is more fully-featured than the regular Free Edition. The Freedom Edition can prepare Schedule A, C, D, E, F and enter K-1 that the Free Edition cannot. It will prepare a Form 1040 return, or 1040A or 1040EZ.
For Freedom Edition a user needs to meet only ONE of these qualifications:
- AGI of $33,000 or less
- or active duty military (including Reservists and National Guard) with a military-issued W-2 and a 2017 AGI of $66,000 or less
- or eligible for the Earned Income Credit (EIC aka EITC).
The FREEDOM Edition is located at the following site:
Here's how to switch and start over in Freedom Edition (requires new account at the Freedom website)
I added a warning above that if you do move to Deluxe, then there is a few for the state return (currently 36.99; later in filing season will be 39.99). The FREEDOM Edition I described has no fees and will not have any fees later in the season.