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Procrastinators: There’s Still Time To File Your Taxes For Free!

This is a sponsored post by TurboTax, however, all opinions are my own and I have been a TurboTax user since college!

The April 15th deadline to file your taxes is quickly approaching hence…it’s crunch time! Some people rush to get their taxes filed as soon as they receive their W2s, but many of you (myself included), wait until the absolute last minute to get those taxes done.

Usually, procrastinators get penalized for waiting until the last minute, but our friends at TurboTax will still let us file our simple tax returns for FREE!

TurboTax Free Edition makes the entire filing process quick and easy! To get started, all you need to do is gather your W-2 and other tax documents you have received and log into TurboTax Free Edition. When you first log in, TurboTax asks you a few basic questions about yourself, like did you get married, have a baby, buy a house, go to school, own a business….you get the gist! Super easy questions.

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Next, you will be prompted to enter in your W-2 information (or, you can just take a photo and import it!) and any other documents you have received. Then, TurboTax asks a few more questions to make sure you are getting all of the deductions you qualify for and receiving the biggest possible refund. Then, boom! You are done and it costs you NOTHING!

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Have a few friends who’ve been putting off filing? Don’t keep TurboTax to yourself, file for free with TurboTax Free Edition together right now! Your refund is waiting.

 

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