Updated 3/16 – TurboTax Absolute Zero is no longer available, but you can still file your federal tax return for free with TurboTax Federal Free Edition. Get started today!
There’s still time for millions of hard-working Americans with simple tax returns to file both their federal and state tax returns for absolutely nothing. But the clock is ticking.
To take advantage of the TurboTax Absolute Zero offer, you must file your 1040A or 1040EZ tax return online through TurboTax Federal Free Edition by 11:59pm (PST) on Feb. 16, 2015.
TurboTax Absolute Zero offers 60 million Americans the ability to file their federal 1040A or 1040EZ returns, as well as their state returns, for absolutely $0. After Feb. 16, if you have a simple tax return, you can file your federal return for free. Additional fees apply for state tax preparation.
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