TurboTax offers free filing for military E1- E5

TurboTax offers free filing for military E1- E5

Continuing this tax season, TurboTax will still be offering the expansive military discount to all US active duty military and reservists.

The Details

For service members in ranks E-1 to E-5, you can file both your federal and state taxes for FREE with the TurboTax Online Federal Free Edition or Online Deluxe offerings. For guidance around investments, rental properties or small business income and deductions, TurboTax is also offering a $5 off discount for Online Premier and Home & Business.

Senior enlisted personnel ranks E-6 to officer also are included within the discount, and will receive $5 off all 2016 TurboTax online federal products.

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Claim Your Discount

Once you determine which discount you qualify for, claiming it is a breeze. Just make sure you have your military W-2 to verify your rank, and the discount will be applied when you file your return. This offer extends to TurboTax online only, so go to TurboTax Military Discount for more information.

Tax Filing Custom Fit To You

Along with the military discount, TurboTax is proud to partner with you to ensure your maximum refund this tax season.

This includes:

• TurboTax will file both your military and civilian income (if applicable), including combat pay.

• TurboTax software searches for military-related expenses so you don’t miss any deductions or credits.

• Your personal experience supports Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders to help you determine your state of residence.

Through these TurboTax Online military offerings, we hope to show our appreciation for everything you do – and we will continue to strive to get you the refund you deserve.

Original article provided by TurboTax.com

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