Online Tax Programs and Business Income

Forgive me if this has been discussed: I have used TaxAct online for years and it successfully navigated me through business income and self-employment taxes. This year, they are charging for that feature. Does anyone know of another similar software that does not charge for this part of the tax preparation? I've heard that TurboTax charges now too but haven't verified it. Thanks! (Btw - I have done it on my own before but I like to verify my numbers with the software.)

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I used the TurboTax Business Edition this year. I think it is normally around $80 if you actually purchase the software. You can get it off a P2P and it works the same. If you are skeptical just intall the desktop version so it can create the forms for you, print them out, then mail it in the old way. Never had any issues using the P2P Business Edition in the past.
You appear to be advising the OP to steal the software and to then use it without paying for it since you didn't "actually purchase" it. If you didn't actually purchase it, you are stealing the intellectual property of the company. You have the right to do anything you want and to assume whatever level of risk you want, but I object to you advising others to steal intellectual property without telling them about the risks if they are caught For those of you who don't know, P2P stands for Peer-to-Peer and in no way includes the company that owns the rights to the software. (However unlikely it might be that you are caught, the penalties can be huge.) [edited for a typo]
@GSXR750 wrote:

I used the TurboTax Business Edition this year. I think it is normally around $80 if you actually purchase the software. You can get it off a P2P and it works the same. If you are skeptical just intall the desktop version so it can create the forms for you, print them out, then mail it in the old way. Never had any issues using the P2P Business Edition in the past.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/05/2016 06:52PM by myst4au.
What happens when you e-file with that P2P program??? I would think it inserts a code somewhere that would flag you didn't pay for it. No thanks.
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