DOJ Reviewing Intuit’s Credit Karma Deal

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is reviewing Intuit’s recent attempt to acquire Credit Karma over anticompetitive concerns.

TurboTax 2014: Compare Cost to Other Online Tax Services

Tax filing season is finally underway, so now it’s time to decide how you want to file your taxes. If you don’t much care for using an accountant or tax preparation chain such as H&R Block to file your taxes…

IRS e-file Season Begins This Weekend

The IRS officially began processing 2013 tax returns this Friday, starting this year’s tax season. The IRS hopes that their e-filing process, along with their direct deposit system, will encourage users to process their return early, instead of waiting until…

Weird Things To Write Off On Your Taxes [Infographic]

I love covering pseudo-holidays. Earlier this month we had Pie Day, Steak and a BJ Day (same day, actually — great day, actually), and the Ides of March. And, of course, April Fools’ Day is just over them thar hills.…

Mobile App Offers Tax Filing For iPhone And Android

TurboTax has introduced SnapTax, a mobile app that lets people file their taxes from their iPhone or Android devices.

SnapTax allows users with simple returns to take a photo of their W-2 with their mobile phones and then automatically enters the information into their tax return.  Users answer a few basic questions, review their their return for accuracy and tap “File Now” to electronically file their federal and state tax returns.


TurboTax Taps Twitter To Offer Tax Help

TurboTax said today taxpayers on Twitter can tweet questions to @TeamTurboTax and get free answers from a team of tax, tech and product experts to help make tax time easier.

TurboTax said it created @TurboTax in response to the growing use of Twitter by its customers.

@TeamTurboTax will cover everything from tax matters to product questions and technical support, the team will answer product questions, troubleshoot problems, and resolve customer service issues.