HOW DO I GET A PHONE # FOR TURBO TAX TO TALK WITH A LIVE PERSON

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Go to turbotax.com, click on Support  and scroll down on the right to choose Call us or Contact Us.  choose 1 topic and 1 subtopic and scroll down to select telephone
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    Giving out phone numbers is a true disservice to customers.  The system we have is designed to route people to the specific group that is trained to resolve their issue.  Giving out  a general number to a custoemr and having them wait in a queue only to be transferred to another queue does not help them
    • That's BS. A service to customers would be to be able to find a phone #. Any phone #. searching all ovet the "help" areas & never coming across a number is no help at all. I'd rather wait on a que while entering my information that waste 30 min trying to find a #.
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