this is A Useless app !

I found your product totally useless for my taxes as it cannot really adapt to the realities like if you add or deleted a car sometime in the middle of the year and even though I had realized that last year when I ended up calculating my taxes personally. I thought probably I hadn't used it right. So I really believe that I have wasted 11.99 a month for two years when I ended up paying $119 for turbotax as it was supposed to be be a bundle but it wasn't. I want full refund! FRUSTRATING REALLY


Appreciate your time for giving us feedback with regards to your experience, sam.noroozi,

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In line with your concern, let me connect you to our Support Team to take a look into your account for the refund that you’ve requested.

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