TurboTax Deluxe 2010 Costco
I was able to take advantage of some coupon deals this week at Costco, which always makes me happy. I’m glad that there was a coupon for TurboTax, even though that means it is time to do the taxes. The thing I’m most excited about though is the set of Snapware; I can’t wait to have some leftovers to store. So, don’t forget to check out the January coupon book. It’s good through the 24th of January, and there are some good deals to consider.
Snapware 36 Piece Food Storage Set – I love the Snapware storage containers! I’ve had some other ones of various sizes but I wanted this set to replace the Ziploc containers that I have, something a little more substantial. The best thing about the Snapware is the seal. When it is sealed you don’t have to worry about anything getting into or out of the container; liquids or otherwise. Plus, they are still really easy to open, as well as seal up with the little tabs or latches attached to each side of the lid. The latches work in conjunction with the silicone seal around the lid interior to keep the containers airtight and watertight. The set that they have at Costco contains 18 containers and 18 lids from the Snapware Mods product line. This line is designed to have stackable lids and stackable containers. Plus, the containers are dishwasher, microwave, fridge, and freezer safe; so you can use them for everything and then clean them up easily too. So, here are the sizes that you get: 15.3 cup slim fliptop container, 23.0 cup jumbo cereal keeper, 2 – 4.5 cup medium rectangles, 5 – 2.0 cup small rectangles, 4.7 cup small tall rectangle, 6 – 1.25 cup mini squares, 2 – 2.8 cup mini tall squares. So, you get a really nice variety of containers to keep everything in your pantry fresh, as well as leftovers. I think the small ones are the perfect size to take items to work for lunch. 36 pieces (18 containers and 18 lids) for $19.99 ($24.99 – $5.00 coupon). Item #: 395661.
Intuit Turbo Tax Home & Business – We have been using TurboTax for years. We tried something else one year but quickly realized it was a mistake. The other reason we like using TurboTax is because we also use Quicken and the two work nicely together and that cuts down on some of the time we have to spend entering numbers from one place to the other. It’s so easy to use though because it asks questions in normal, everyday language instead of IRS speak, so it is very understandable. I think the interview type format also helps you out by coming up with deductions and other things that you might miss or not even think of on your own. Of course, if you really like looking at all those forms and line 12B and 23C things, you can go directly to the forms too. Also, as you are going through the process it keeps a running tally of how much you owe or how much your refund is; so you always see it. Which could be a good thing but sometimes makes you just want to cry. The other good thing is that they help you accurately value any charitable donations you might have made (obviously, the non-money donations) so that instead of you thinking that the old jeans were worth $2, they’ll tell you that indeed they are worth $20 (or something similar). And maybe the greatest thing is that it checks for errors and your likelihood of being audited before it lets you file. So, the audit risk meter lets you see things that may flag you for an audit and make sure that the information is accurate and correct. Plus, you get to do your e-filing of your returns for free (up to 5 returns), which used to cost around $10, I think. The software will work for either Windows or a Mac. The Home and Business edition, includes some extras for self-employment tax filing for consultants, contractors, self-employed, single owner LLCs and sole proprietors. Obviously, this isn’t the version that the average person would need; the Deluxe version is $29.99 – $39.99 depending on if you need to file state taxes or not and the Premier version...
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