turbotax conversion from H&R block

Can I use TurboTax if I used H&R block in prior years and will my depreciation history come forward if I use the rental property version
    According to the TurboTax article here


    the answer seems to be "Yes."

    "You can transfer your 2010 H&R Block at Home tax return (either from the .t10 tax data file or the PDF file) to the 2011 version of TurboTax for Windows software.

    The following information transfers from the H&R Block .t10 data file to TurboTax:

        Federal Information Worksheet - Taxpayer and spouse name, address, social security number, birth date, and filing status as well as dependent(s) name(s), social security number(s), and birth date(s).
        Form 2441 Child and Dependent Care Expenses - Care provider name, address, and EIN/SSN number.
        Form W-2 - Employer name, address, EIN/control numbers, state and local names.
        Schedule B - Interest and dividend payer name.
        Schedule C and Schedule F - Required business designations plus prior-year inventory and cost amounts. Business use of home required information plus carryover amounts.
        Schedule E - Property type, location and special other expense designations.
        Schedule K-1 Partnership, K-1 S Corporation, and K-1 Estates and Trusts - Name, ID, taxpayer, spouse, PTP and foreign designations.
        Retirement and Pension Information - Taxpayer/spouse designations; payer name, address, account number and ID; distributions codes, state and local designations.
        Carryover Worksheet - Prior year AGI, tax liability, overpayment credit, itemized deductions, and AMT. Short term and long term carryovers, investment expenses disallowed, general business credits, section 179 disallowed and IRA basis and excess contributions."

    However, the above is a little vague in details.  Before doing the switch I'd suggest getting in touch with Turbo Tax directly and asking them specifically about the depreciation issue.  You'd think it would work but it would be a problem if it didn't.

    Go here http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/ click on "Contact Us" and select an appropriate topic and you'll then get options to call or chat.  TT is available 8:00am - 5:00pm Pacific (Monday - Friday)

    Tom Young
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