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Upgrade to 2014

Since 2014 should be coming out soon, is there an upgrade discount if I buy 2013 now?


One website said there was a free upgrade.


How do I get that?

  • Do I get the free upgrade even if I buy it from Amazon?
  • yes that is correct, it is the same
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Some websites, resellers will offer that, my suggestion is wait for 2014, 2013 is buggy

But normally you upgrade at the full cost of the new version
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    Intuit is even offering a Monthly Rental concept so you always get the upgrades.
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      when you get 2013 now, you can get 2014 free. simply contact customer service
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