file Federal only?

I only want to file free federal, how do I continue?
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Change from TurboTax Online to TurboTax Freedom Edition
 
To start over in Tax Freedom, you must clear your return. This will require you to re-enter your information online. You can only change
 
to Tax Freedom 2012 if you have not yet paid for and e-filed your 2012 tax return.
 
To change to TurboTax Freedom Edition...
1.Log out of your current TurboTax Online account.
2.Go to TaxFreedom.com and review the requirements for filing with Tax Freedom.
3.If you qualify, sign in with your User ID and password as a returning customer.
 

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Why am I being charged Florida tax - never before
  • Did i pay to file my state?
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how to correct bank account number for direct deposit
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    Did i pay to file my state?
    • how do I file my federal only?
    • how do i file my federal only?
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    so I have start again and the charges will go back on credit card
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      DO I NEED TO GO BACK AND DO IT AGAIN IF I ONLY WANT TO FILE MY FEDERAL ONLY
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