I had to use the deluxe because apparently I am not smart enough to figure 10% penalty for a distribution. I work for a retirement company. I had the funds to pay for the state and free edition but because you FORCED me to use the upgrade I had to have the fee deducted from my federal. I know the IRS is going to take my refund and you are going to demand payment. I cannot pay $140 for your services all at once. I want to make payments on it.
I need this fixed. Your response will be the deciding factor whether or not I return to using your services and I have family and friends that use you as well.
The FREEDOM Edition can handle a 1099-MISC.
The Freedom Edition is more fully-featured than the regular Free Edition. The Freedom Edition can prepare Schedule A, C, D, E, and F that the Free Edition cannot. It will prepare a Form 1040 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:
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How to switch and start over in Freedom Edition
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You are not able to use the Free Edition because the early distribution you took requires that your tax return be prepared on a "long form" 1040. The Free Edition cannot be used to prepare a 1040. It can only be used to prepare a 1040EZ or 1040A.
There is another version of the software that would be free to use if you qualify. It would require that you establish a different account and user ID and start over.
Try the Freedom Edition:
You qualify if your income was $33,000 or less, or $66,000 or less if active duty military, or if you qualify for Earned Income Credit
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