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How to file your federal income taxes online using Turbo Tax in this free video tutorial.

Part of the Video Series: How to File Your Taxes Online
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Video Transcript

Hello again everyone. I'm Terry Bowden with Expert Village. And we're talking about filing your taxes online. Now we've already looked at the Internal Revenue Service, the IRS's site. And now we're going into a provider. Now I'm not telling you to use Turbo Tax. I don't work for Turbo Tax. I'm not getting anything for showing you Turbo Tax or anything like that. It's just one of the well-known providers out there. You know, you can use any one you want. I have used Turbo Tax. I don't mind to tell you and I was pleased with it. Of course I've used other ones - Quicken, and some more companies that are out here that do the same thing. But on a personal level, this is very easy to use and I'm just showing you this one. So let's got to Turbo Tax. We're on the Intuit's website and you go down. You look across. There's 'Personal Taxes', 'Small Business Taxes', 'Your Life and Taxes', 'Calculators and Support'. There's so many things to this website. And it's very similar to the IRS's site in that it has a lot of factual information for free that you can use. Whether you use their service or not, it's really good. They have 'Tax News and Alerts'. Even if you live in California, they've got 'Wildfire Tax Tips'. There's just so much information. If you look across, there's the Free Edition. And that's the 1040EZ which most Americans out there will use this year and have used before. There's the Deluxe, which gets more into maximizing deductions, where you really have to have a lot of receipts from the year and so forth. And there's the Premiere, which gets into investments and rental property. Of course what we're talking about is your personal taxes, whether you're single or you're married. And the one we will be using, or going through, is the Free Federal e-Line. And like I said, it's for free. There's an additional charge for state tax. If you don't need much guidance, this is the one most everyone uses. So when we come back, we'll take a look at the free, the 1040EZ, and the simple returns.


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