whicn turbo tax program do i use to file mine and my husbands taxes

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That depends on your situation. You can use the Find My Product tool to help you decide:

http://turbotax.intuit.ca/personal-tax-software/download-tax-software.jsp

The link about is for desktop (CD/Download) versions that are installed on your computer and with which you save your tax files on your computer. Click on the tabs near the top of the page to use the tool for Online and Mobile versions. All desktop versions allow you to prepare up to 20 tax returns, although there are lower limits on the number of returns reporting net income over $25,000.

Note that Online versions do not give you direct access to tax forms, nor can you download your tax files if you decide to switch to a desktop version - what you start in the cloud, stays in the cloud. You will be able to save or print read-only copies of your tax returns for your records and/or to file by mail. Online versions are charged on a per return basis.

If you have a relatively simple tax situation that is not likely to require working directly on forms and you do not expect to switch to a desktop version this year or next (or don't mind starting from scratch if you do), and you are only filing a couple of returns, one of the Online versions may be best for you.

If you want the option of switching between a guided interview method and working directly with forms, would like to be able to save your tax files on your computer, or are filing three or more returns (that don't qualify for the free Online version), I strongly recommend a desktop version.

Caveat emptor.

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