TurboTax prices to increase March 22
March 17, 2014
Starting Saturday, March 22, Intuit will raise the prices of its popular TurboTax® tax-preparation products. But you can still take advantage of the savings we're able to offer to Vanguard investors.
Even after the list prices increase, you can save up to $20 off TurboTax® OnlineSM and Desktop Download products when you access them through vanguard.com. To get the lowest possible discounted price, you'll need to complete your tax return and either file it online or choose the "file by mail" option and print it by midnight on Friday, March 21. Intuit uses the time you e-file or print your return to determine your cost for using TurboTax.
If you're a Vanguard Flagship Services® or Asset Management Services™ client, you'll still have complimentary access to the online version of TurboTax's Federal: Basic, Federal: Deluxe, and State: Basic products.
3 great reasons to use TurboTax
TurboTax can help you prepare and file even the most complex federal and state tax returns because it:
- Guides you through the process step by step.
- Helps maximize your tax savings by checking your return for errors and looking for missed deductions.
- Saves you time by letting you import tax information automatically for your Vanguard mutual fund and brokerage accounts. (This feature doesn't apply to tax-deferred, employer-sponsored retirement plan accounts.)
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Visit our TurboTax page to learn more. Remember, to qualify for the Vanguard discount, you must access TurboTax through vanguard.com.
If you haven't signed up for online access to your Vanguard accounts, sign up now.
- Prices, product offerings, and dates are subject to change without notice.
- TurboTax and TurboTax Online are trademarks and service marks of Intuit Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.
- Vanguard can't provide technical support for TurboTax Online. Technical support is available at turbotax.intuit.com/support. (This link will open a new browser window. Vanguard accepts no responsibility for content on third-party websites.)
- We recommend you consult an independent tax advisor for specific advice about your individual situation.