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  • Corry Jankowski - 1040EZ (1998-1999), TurboTax (2000-2011), H&R Block (2012), TurboTax (2012-times indefinite)I've used TurboTax since I began filing tax returns that were a little more complicated in 2000. Before that, I just filled out a 1040, signed it, copied it, and mailed it. Then I got married and bought a house, but still didn't have enough deductions to qualify but a friend told me to save a trip to the library and instead use TurboTax free online. As life became more complex, I just moved up to the next TurboTax. This year, I wanted to save a few bucks, and tax software is tax software, right? No. Big, fat wrong-o. After 3 months (off and on, but still way too time consuming!! I completed 1 of 3 corporate returns) of trying to file our corporate returns on H&R Blocks $80 software (which has now been reduced to $30.21) and with the 3/15 deadline looming, I caved and bought TurboTax business. Yesterday (in 8 hours!!) I completed an entire S-Corp return. Today I plan to complete another S-Corp return and I think that I may redo my LLC return to make sure that it isn't as befuddled as the H&R Block software is. I will never doubt the TurboTax investment. This software even imports your data from QuickBooks, if you choose (I was doing a short year filing for one business, so I didn't, but today I am.) What a great feature that is! It even allows you to pick the generic tax line so that if you use an itemization in a way besides how QB has it selected, you can change it. (For example, we never set up a line item for Equipment Rental and things started getting input with that description. QB itemizes that as COGS but we use it to distinguish how much we spent renting equipment that isn't charged onto the customer so I just changed it in TT without it messing up my return)...

    Anyways, long story short, buy TurboTax if you want/need to do it yourself. Not all tax software is created equal. Having the correct software will save you more than the difference in cost.
  • S.Cline "Insanity Not Required Will Train" - HAVE YOUR WIN 7 AND GET YOUR WIN 8 TOO! (Dual Boot) REVISED REVIEWTHIS IS AWESOME; you can have your 8 and keep your 7 too for what is in your 7 which is heaven can be used in 8! (I have Win 7 Ultimate and Win 8 Pro which I dual boot.)

    NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO SHELL OUT BIG BUCKS for touch screens and all of that, but it does help if you have that old OCR monitors and can it and get a flat screen HDMI (especially if you have a HDMI television) and gun up on your graphic card; you'll have a lot of fun this way and not be just cramped up on the desktop, wireless, tablet - as the old commercial for tires "Wider is Better!" Whoo Whoooo!

    Just try this Win 8 Pro on the HDMI Television - WOW! (Yes you can easily use wireless or wired - with extensions which are available - your keyboard and mouse or the small HDMI keyboard/mouse (which comes wired or wireless)...)BIG BANG FOR YOUR BUCKS HERE! IT'S ADDICTING! Especially if you have a CD/DVD/BE (BE stands for Blu-Ray)
    Rom Drive.

    Here's the fun stuff when you get the dual boot, because Win 8 reads off of Win 7; so if you have Zune; Zune is also XBox - therefore you will not lose anything! Likewise your MS Office and everything else. On the flip side of the coin; those who just suddenly realized not everyone has gone "to the cloud" like your online financial or banking ... Ruh Roh! It's that easy, just log off or restart and dual boot to Win 7 and you're on where you need to go.

    WIN 8 PRO has many advantages while do not let it intimidate you; it does at first look like a MEGA-SIZED SMART PHONE WITH APPS - which is true but the greatest thing is this ....


    A huge dramatic drop in resource and if you are dual booting with Win 7 Pro / Ult / Ent ---> then Win 8 / Win 8 Pro / and the latest new family member - Win 8 RTM (for tablets) - I strongly recommend you to visit Microsoft's Windows 8 at its current status; yes you will find there is a huge difference in comparison and why Win 8 doesn't have Office ... IT DOES if you dual boot off with Win 7 - you will still have your MS Office 2007 / MS Office 2010 "as it feeds off ot it". YES, there will be a 2013 released. Now to avoid some conflict and disappointed people - DO NOT GET WIN 8 RTM unless you have a TABLET even though while it appears limited; Microsoft eventually will come up with updates as Tablets are limited.

    LIKE WINDOWS 95 ---> WINDOWS 7 .... WINDOWS 8 has the SETTINGS and Configurations but it isn't where you think it is - Microsoft has made this all CLEAN NOW; cleaning up all the clutter.


    Now - you do not need to go out to purchase a touch screen at all - you can use your mouse for that. Then it's easy street once you get the hang of it all, it isn't all that bad but the temptation of becoming "Don't Worry I'm App Happy" can set in. (Greatest news - if you are not wireless, you can disable the roaming and everything else in the configuration, because apparently it would have no impact on a wired Ethernet to DSL cable and IF YOU ARE WIRELESS - WHOA MAMA! I CAN USE MY BLUETOOTH / SMARTPHONE / 3G OR 4G ON MY 'PUTER! DIS BE ALL GOOD MAN!).... So yes, opportunities are at your hands, you can become a "WILD THING"! Instead of your friend, family, loved one yelling at you to get off the phone ... now they're yelling at you to get off the 'puter and quit yapping! IT IS and WILL BE ADDICTING, so be careful!


    Okay - here's the part ... Where's the Start Menu and Task Bar?

    You say there isn't any? Well, yes there is - depending on how you configure your Windows 8; there are now books from Microsoft including Secrets all of them are excellent and I strongly recommend these three books which you will fall back to for reference and resources:

    Windows 8 Inside Out

    Windows 8 Secrets

    The above books are from Microsoft and below is another one:

    Teach Yourself VISUALLY Windows 8 (Teach Yourself VISUALLY (Tech))

    Just for starters and they are CHEAP NOW; snatch them while you can before the prices go up at this time of the post on THANKSGIVING!
  • Edward Block - Super Fast loading and works greatI got probably the first unit that Amazon got in stock. Put it in today and its super fast. Menu system is very easy to use and I have always been a fan of Panasonic blu-ray players.

    I will say the Firmware update is a bit scary if you use the CD firmware update. It does not tell you much of anything. When you insert the disc both the green and the red light flash on the player like something is wrong. Also nothing is displayed on screen that anything is happening. After about 10 mins something finally started showing up on the screen. Another 5 mins later it looked like it had locked up so I just left it.

    When the update is done, the tray will open on its own. So if you are using the manual firmware CD up, just insert the disc with the player on and walk away. Come back 20 mins later and the cd tray should be open which means it is done. If you watch it, it will worry you that something is wrong.

    I am also not a big fan when use the chapter skip button, it shows what chapter you are on with a picture of the chapter on the screen for about 10 secs. There seems to be no way to turn this feature off and just allow you to hit the chapter skip button without a picture menu. ANNOYING..

    Overall its a 10 out of 10 unit...

    I love it...
  • Faulkner, RK - Quick Books Pro 2013QB Pro 2013 Rocks !!. I couldn't be happier. It is so natural and flowing in its presentation of my critical data, allowing quick and easy access to the info I use most often. The 'Customizable Tool Bar' along the left margin, new in this updated version, makes it faster and more convenient than ever ! Custom reports and the ability to print them instantly is an absolute life-saver for me too.

    I Love It !! Thanks Very Much Intuit QuickBooks !