cay you use turbo tax on line on a chromebook?

i have already purchase the turbo tax software but have not yet opened it.  i want to do my taxes on line this year using chromebook.  Is there any way I can either get a refund on what I have already paid or at least use the online service from them.  Thanks  

  • I can't address the Chromebook--I'll let someone else do that.  But there are some basic issues that need to be hashed out first about which online product you might need.

    There have been significant changes in the Online products this year.
    Does your return require any of the following:  Schedule D (investment income--stocks/bonds/mutual funds, etc.), Schedule E (rents/royalties), or Sched. C (self-employed business)?
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Minimum System Requirements
c/p

iOS 5.x supports Safari

Android 2.x and 4.x support Chromium default browser

Chromebook supports Chrome

Kindle Fire supports Silk

RAM1 GBMonitor1024x768 or higher screen resolutionInternet Connection
High-speed connection
Other Software

Acrobat Reader 7.0 (for printing)

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