I want Fedora in my future, but is it possible?

Paul Allen Newell pnewell at cs.cmu.edu
Fri Mar 22 20:04:07 UTC 2013


On 3/22/2013 12:58 PM, Temlakos wrote:
> On 03/22/2013 03:48 PM, Lester M. Petrie Jr. wrote:
>>
>> On Friday, March 22, 2013 2:53:29 PM Temlakos wrote:
>>
>> > Intuit, Inc. migrated its TurboTax line of individual income-tax
>>
>> > preparation software from front-end to back-end. Nobody, and I mean
>>
>> > nobody, installs TurboTax on his machine anymore. He uses his 
>> browser to
>>
>> > sign in to TurboTax on-line and completes his taxes there. They handle
>>
>> > e-filing, and send printer-friendly pages and even PDF downloads on
>>
>> > command. I expect Intuit to do the same with TurboTax Business in a 
>> year
>>
>> > or so.
>>
>> Its nice to know I'm a nobody.
>>
>> -- 
>>
>> Lester M Petrie
>>
>> 865-574-5259
>>
>> petrielmjr at ornl.gov
>>
>>
>>
>
> Whuh? Where do you get the optical-disk media to install TurboTax for 
> /Individuals/ on your machine? I haven't found that available for 
> years. It's all on-line, all the way up to TurboTax Premier.
>
> Now TurboTax for /Business/ is another matter altogether. There is no 
> TurboTax for Business Online. Not that I've so far seen.
>
> Temlakos
>
>

Every year I get a disk from Turbo Tax for my individual taxes. If I 
delay in asking them for it until December, they send me one anyways. 
Turbo Tax has not given up on that mode of delivery as there are people 
who prefer local installation.

Paul
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