Which version do I really need? Confused!

I have always used TT Standard CD/download version to complete my tax returns for many years. I am married, have dependent children, have rental income property and simple small businesses. I Occasionally buy/sell stocks and will have growing currency trading activities. I NEVER use the interview process. I still use an accountant but use the software to organize and make sure I have all my records, and to make sure I have classified all my deductions correctly.

I have read some say that all the forms are still present in the Standard version. Is this still true (as it was in previous years)? Based on the website info on the differences in the product versions I cannot tell, and it reads as if that is NOT the case.

Do I need the Premier or even Home & Business version just to get all the forms I need, e.g. T776E, T2125, or can I still use Standard?

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