how much does turbo tax charge

i want to see how much will turbo tax cost me
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    Go to turbotax.com and look at the prices on each version. The Free Edition is free for federal only and will not handle self employment income requiring a Schedule C. Note there is an additional $27.95 fee for preparing a state return and if you want to pay your fees from your federal refund rather than using a credit or cash card, there is a $29.95 processing fee for that. If you already have logged in with an account, you will have to start over with a new account to move to a lower priced version.
    • THEY SHOULD SAY THAT IF YOU HAVE A 1099 THAT IT IS NOT GONNA BE FREE OF CHARGE.I DID NOT KNOW THIS UNTIL IT WAS TIME TO PAY!
    • completely agree!
    • Ive used Turbo for 5 years now.I checked my return with HR block online.The outcome was the same but I save $40.00 Prep fees by going with HR Block and the service was easier to understand,Totally a better deal........ C'Ya turbo tax...... Im outta here.....
    • I have used Turbotax for many years but was surprised to see a cost of $114 to efile both Federal and State taxes.  TaxACT had the same refund results as Turbotax and the cost to efile both Fed and State was $17.95.  I switched to TaxACT.  Not sure what value add Turbotax is providing with the extra costs.
    • They said it would only cost $29.95 for the State filing and free for the federal. NOT TRUE!  They charged me $90 and I could not get an answer as to why or go back and discontinue.
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