On Tue, 6 Feb 2007, Kevin Kinsey wrote:

Philip Hallstrom wrote:
I'm chafing at the bit to get rid of Windows at home and move to FreeBSD. I've even got my wife convinced that she wouldn't have any more problems with KDE than she presently has with Windows. (Reality is she'd have less!)

There's just one problem. I can use gnucash to do my finances, but what do I use to do my taxes? Without that, I'm stuck on Windows ('cause I'm damn sure not going to do my taxes by hand!) I'd be willing to pay for a tax program that runs on FreeBSD. Is there one?

I haven't looked as my life is complicated enough that I get them done for me, but I could have sworn H&R Block and TurboTax and all those guys had completely web based solutions these days, no?


Now, I guess the real question; who's used 'em?

Love is a slippery eel that bites like hell.
                -- Matt Groening

Many software tax solutions go out of date too, really quickly (buy a software 
solution and it tends to only last a year). Better doing stuff online and then 
checking the option to have a CPA check over your data.

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