I'm sorry, but Intuit has a horrible track of providing good quality products. One needs only to go to Amazon and search for user comments on Quicken and Trubotax software. Both products have been riddled with bugs, which Intuit refuses to fix version after version. When 50+ comments give a product 2 stars, you know that there IS a problem.
And it wasn't like this in the beginning. I used to upgrade EVERY YEAR to the newest and greatest from Intutit, because products were solid and company didn't ignore customers. Today, it seems, the company is lead by a different set of people. People who couldn't care less about customer satisfaction.
Last 5-8 years I buy new version only when I have to (automatic updates stop working).
I hope that Microsoft rethinks their decision to exit this market, and comes back with Money. I would switch in a heart beat.
From this reason, I will not invest any money in Intuit. Management of Intuit simply sucks, and the stock is going nowhere at best.
This company totally sucks...obviously all the bs good comments are posers...
I was stupid enough to use this software 2 years in a row and both times I got fu*ked! They are so bad that even my pdf of what I was given as a copy of what was being sent netfile was different then what the agency received.
I'm not joking...unless you have an extremely basic return...don't use this software...and the online help is a joke...like talking to a nine year old....
grow up child...this has nothing to do with the stock. Obviously many people have very basic tax returns and I'm sure this software is good for them but the minute you become a little complicated...the software blows up. Software sucks dude, tried it out for yourself before you give your childish comments.
I'm not complaining, but, if you have an interest in Intuit, you owe it to yourself to at least peruse the links I posted. They seem to represent the tip of a very nasty iceberg. It would be wise for "Intuititanic" to avoid further damage by the iceberg if at all possible.
I started using TTax Deluxe today and was irritated that it insisted I enter W-2 information even though nobody in my household has been a wage-slave for 10 years. I did a quick Google search and quickly came to these two sites. This looks like serious trouble for Intuit, on a parallel with the great C-Dilla problem with the 2006 program.
and read the comments under this review
Your mileage may vary.