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2012 corporation turbotax?

Will there be a Mac OSx 2012 turbotax for a corporation?
    Turbotax for Business for 2012 is available now for download, but unfortunately does not include a Mac version.  See "Computer Requirements" here:  http://turbotax.intuit.com/small-business-taxes/business.jsp
    • Turbotax for Business didn't work for corporations last year. And for whatever reasons Intuit didn't make a Turbotax for Corporations. I'm guess not this year, 2012 either.
    • TT for Biz is for "Small Business." You can use it for a C Corp, an S Corp, or an LLC.
    • TUrbotax for Business: Includes everything in TurboTax Premier, plus business-related help for sole proprietors, consultants, 1099 contractors, and single-owner LLCs. Description from site doesn't include corporations. So looks like they won't have it this year, again. Oh well
    Katx, I believe you're mixing up programs.  Turbotax Home and Business does what you indicated.  To prepare a business return you would need Turbotax Business.  This is a separate program from Turbotax Home and Business.  See http://turbotax.intuit.com/small-business-taxes/

    Turbotax Business will prepare
    --- Forms 1120-S for S-Corporations
    --- Form 1120 for C-Corporations
    --- Form 1041 for Estate or Trusts, and
    --- Form 1065 for Partnerships

    To prepare a personal return, depending on it's complexity and your knowledge of taxes, any personal version of Turbotax will do.  An exception is the free edition which will not do business schedules.
    • We need a mac version.
      So here's the problem
      TurboTax Business
      Corporations, Partnerships, & LLCs
      $159.99 $149.99 Federal *
      Free federal efile included
      State additional
      Download for Windows
      CD for Windows
    • It may be that there are too few Mac users for the Business verison.  Also be aware that TT is not licensed for professional tax preparers or other commercial uses.
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