File your 2024 taxes early and save $25 on TurboTax Deluxe at Amazon

Don't be in denial about having to file. Take care of your taxes as soon as possible with this TurboTax deal at Amazon.
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The year has just begun and it’s already time to start thinking about filing your taxes. Yes, you could wait until the beginning of April, but it’s best to save yourself the stress (and some money) by taking advantage of Amazon’s deal on TurboTax Deluxe. The tax filing software makes it easy to file both your state and federal taxes and get the largest possible refund. The version of the software we’re recommending is a 524-megabyte download and runs on MacOS and Windows computers.

TurboTax Deluxe 2023 (Federal and State) $44.99 (Was $69.99)

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The benefit of continually using TurboTax year after year is the ability to import last year’s tax data in a couple of clicks. The software can also import the information from a scanned photo or PDF version of your W-2 to autofill many necessary fields on tax documents. This will save you from having to type in tediously long numbers over and over. The Deluxe version of TurboTax we’re recommending allows you to file both your state and federal taxes simultaneously and maximizes over 350 deductions and credits. TurboTax also makes it easy if you’re a contractor with plenty of 1099s to parse through and a business laptop to expense. Nobody likes paying for tax software—or having to go through the annual process of filing at all—but this Amazon deal on TurboTax Deluxe will make the process a little smoother.

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Brandt Ranj is a commerce reporter at Popular Science. He writes about the latest and greatest gadgets, from headphones and TVs to chargers and cables. He splits his time between New York City, Long Island, and Croatia, carting test gear around the U.S. and the globe.