Now You Can Do Your Taxes with TurboTax(Kindle Fire Edition) App
Now do your taxes on your Kindle Fire
Just a few weeks ago, TurboTax announced the launch of TurboTax for Android tablet customers. Today, we are expanding that announcement to include TurboTax (Kindle Fire Edition). It’s exciting to add yet another mobile offering to the robust suite of mobile apps available to taxpayers this tax season.
With sales of Kindle Fire units on the rise, the new app reaches more customers and helps them prepare and e-file their federal and state tax returns on the device of their choice.
Designed and optimized specifically for the Kindle Fire, this app gives you the freedom to work on your taxes anytime, anywhere, and without always being connected to the Internet. With the 7-inch screen in landscape position, you can easily navigate (or tap) your way through your taxes with step-by-step guidance to your maximum tax refund.
Just like other TurboTax apps, your tax return can be password protected for an extra layer of security. You can e-file your tax return directly from your Kindle Fire tablet and get a refund in as little as seven days with direct deposit and then easily and securely email a copy of your tax return to your computer.
While you currently cannot transfer previous year tax information or import income automatically, the app is ideal for new TurboTax customers, who haven’t yet started their return.
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Kindle Fire customers can download the app via the Amazon Appstore. Users can start in TurboTax Deluxe, for $29.99, and based on your tax situation, you can choose TurboTax Premier or TurboTax Home & Business for an additional cost. State tax preparation is additional. All pricing is subject to change and includes e-file at no additional cost.
To learn more and see the new app in action, check out the video.