The TurboTax Tax Estimator for 2012, 2013 is Easy To Use!Document Transcript
The TurboTax Tax Estimator for 2012, 2013 is Easy To Use!Another tax season is quickly approaching, and if you’re like most people, you’rebeginning to plan out how you’re going to fare when it comes to your tax returns. It’salways a daunting question when it comes to who you’re going to rely on for your taxesso that you get the most out of your return.TurboTax has always been a reliable and go-to resource for filing your taxes year afteryear, and this year is no different. Additionally with the TurboTax tax estimator, you canfigure out what you should expect when it’s actually time to file, but there’s much moreto it than that.The Tax Estimator is FreeWhen you use the tax estimator from TurboTax, you give yourself a clear view of whatto expect when the deadline approaches and it’s time to do your paperwork. The bestpart about it is that there are no fees or obligations to use TurboTax until you actuallyfile.Unlike several other resources, which often charge a few dollars to use their taxestimator before you file, the TurboTax tax estimator is free to use, regardless of howmuch you made, or how many forms you’ll be working with.It’s is Easy To UseJust like the software for filing taxes, the tax estimator is extremely easy to use. A step-by-step walkthrough in the estimator interface is going to make you plenty comfortablewhen entering your information, and leave you with literally no questions in regards towhether or not you’ve put in the correct details.The estimator is easy to read, and allows you to go back and check for errors whenneeded.Keep in mind that the TurboTax tax estimator is just that, an estimator. It’s notuncommon for numbers to fluctuate slightly when you actually go to file. Regardless,you’ll find that this has the most in-depth look available to you before you file, andhaving this information on hand is going to come in handy, especially when it’s time tosubmit your forms before April 1st.Enjoy the benefits of knowing what you need to know in advance with the TurboTax taxestimator.