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Thus ends the process that started with the horrifying attempt to use TurboTax. I ended up going with H&R Block at home online. Easy to use, free federal, $9.95 for my state, free e-filing for both, direct deposit. Best part: 40 minutes start to finish. Refund to hit my account in 8-10 days. I really wish I'd have done it in the first place...would've saved me no end of stress. Oh well, had I gotten my refund earlier I would've spent it on something silly like paying bills. Now I'll be using it to go on a mini-vacation with my niece's family. (And also to pay some bills! Don't worry, Mom!)

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