H&R Block TaxCut is relatively affordable and well-designed tax-prep software, although we found TurboTax's interview to be more direct and thorough.
H&R Block TaxCut Online is a relatively affordable and well-designed Web-based tax-preparation software, although we found TurboTax more thorough.
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Unlike its desktop counterpart, we encountered problems testing H&TaxCut Online Premium 2006. The interface is relatively friendly overall, but you'll save money with TaxAct Online for super simple returns and get more assistance with complex returns from Intuit TurboTax Premier Online.
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For do-it-yourself tax preparers, H&R Block TaxCut Premium 2006 is a solid buy. TaxCut is a breeze to learn and notably less expensive than archrival TurboTax Premier.
We like the level of tech support that H&R Block gives to TaxCut customers. If you've used TaxCut before, you'll want to upgrade.
A do-it-yourself alternative to expensive tax accountants, TaxCut Premium 2004 is a must-have for longtime users. But it remains somewhat more difficult to use than Intuit TurboTax Premier 2004.
H&R Block has a winner with TaxCut Premium 2005, a well-designed tax-prep tool for filers with business, investment, and rental income. Though a tad harder to use than TurboTax, TaxCut is a solid buy for the file-it-yourself crowd.
It's worth leaving the house to score this tax prep program for just a buck.
If you've got a Dollar Tree store in your neighborhood, you may be able to find H&R Block's tax-prep software for $1--a decent savings over the $14.95 online price.
Here's what the new Intuit TurboTax and H&R Block TaxCut offer for filing returns for 2007.