I have a standard TorboTax but my husband has farming expenses, will the TurboTax Home and Business provide the proper form?


Yes and no.

TurboTax Online Home & Business will produce the proper forms for filing, but you won't be able to work with them, or even see them until you are ready to file, at which point you will be able to print or save a pdf (read-only) copy. All Online versions are charged on a per return basis.

Windows desktop (CD/Download) versions Standard and above include ALL forms and schedules, and allow you to switch between a guided interview (EasyStep) and the Forms Method, which gives you direct access to forms and worksheets. The Home & Business edition will provide additional guidance and calculation tools, but the access to the forms is the same in all versions other than Basic. Desktop editions all include up to 20 returns, but there are varying lower limits on how many of those returns can report net income over $25,000.


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