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It says I have to upgrade since I make 100,000+. It clearly states that I have to pay 60 dollars, when I go to check out, why is it asking for 110

 
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It says I have to upgrade since I make 100,000+. It clearly states that I have to pay 60 dollars, when I go to check out, why is it asking for 110

If you prepared a state return that is an extra fee.

 

How can I see my TurboTax  fees?   

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/2565973-how-do-i-review-my-fees-in-turbotax-online

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It says I have to upgrade since I make 100,000+. It clearly states that I have to pay 60 dollars, when I go to check out, why is it asking for 110

Sounds like you added a state which is an additional $50 for each state.

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It says I have to upgrade since I make 100,000+. It clearly states that I have to pay 60 dollars, when I go to check out, why is it asking for 110

I appreciate the response. In other words , filing for both federal and state is not $60. This would be the case if you were only filing federal, correct? Including the state adds an additional $50 even if it's only the state you are filing for? 

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It says I have to upgrade since I make 100,000+. It clearly states that I have to pay 60 dollars, when I go to check out, why is it asking for 110

Correct.    You cannot do state only because 90% of the state tax return information flows form the Federal Interview.   The software is Federal and a state is an add-on.

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