Same thing happened to me, I had investments in stocks, and an early withdraw of my 401k due to changing jobs and not putting it into another 401k fast enough, turbotax charges you more because filing 1099-r or any stock investments are not a 'special form" to turbo tax which in the end means making you pay to file.
You can always review your fees before filing your taxes with TurboTax. The link provided below will assist you with how to do that:
Then, if you see any add-ons you don't want or need, you can remove them to reduce your fees by using the link below:
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