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I have used Turbo Tax for many years but have always bought a hard copy. If I buy online can I roll last years returns forward? I need the $69.95 version.

 
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I have used Turbo Tax for many years but have always bought a hard copy. If I buy online can I roll last years returns forward? I need the $69.95 version.

Yes, you can import your Turbotax 2013 information into a new Turbotax on-line file.
As you begin the EasyStep process, you will be invited to import from any available .tt13 file
that is stored on your PC or attached device.

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I have used Turbo Tax for many years but have always bought a hard copy. If I buy online can I roll last years returns forward? I need the $69.95 version.

Hard copy DISK is best and usually cheaper... $40 max.  Several problems appearing in on-line versions.  What is the $69.95 version and why do you need it?  I use standard disk and it does EVERTHING one needs except for Corporation Taxes.
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I have used Turbo Tax for many years but have always bought a hard copy. If I buy online can I roll last years returns forward? I need the $69.95 version.

Yes, you can import your Turbotax 2013 information into a new Turbotax on-line file.
As you begin the EasyStep process, you will be invited to import from any available .tt13 file
that is stored on your PC or attached device.

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