If you are unhappy with TurboTax and think it's better to switch to say TaxCut, or use an "accountant" from those run-of-the-mill firms...I have a suggestion for you...Leave, and don't come back...and don't let the door slam you on the way out.
Actually, you would probably be doing an Intuit a favor and Intuit's bottom line a favor.Many people are pretty happy with the product. In fact, if that wasn't the case, Intuit wouldn't be doing so well. Judging by how little Intuit charges for their personal tax products, I would guess their margins are pretty thin after you factor in cost of marketing, product development, support. So, for Intuit, it's probably better whiners that hate the product just not buy/use it, then actually buy it and spend hours and hours with the customer support people complaining. In fact, I'm sure were actually to buy a TurboTax product and spend hours hoarding customer support, they would probably lose money on the sales anyway, so just stop your whining and leave...
And BTW: Deerman6...The reason why Intuit probably started limiting the number of filings you can prepare with turbotax is probably to thwart deadbeat "accountants" from using he product to prepare a tax return for other people and charge them money while using a tax software that a company invested $$$$ to create for FREE. The terms and conditions of the software are for personal use.
"spend hours and hours with the customer support people complaining" You think its because of the PAYING CUSTOMER that these so called customer service calls take hours and hours? Its because the dummy on the other line has no clue how to actually FIX anything and thats if you actually get someone who speaks CLEAR english and not some indian dialect that sounds like gibberesh not english.
Now you know, American Taxpayers bunch of dummies for allowing gibberesh Indians prepared their taxes. You got exactly what you paid for !... I'm heading out soon to nearby H&R Block Office. Hehehehehehe !