I need to file multiple years of T2's for a company starting with 2011. Can I use TT T2 for each year. Can I get a discount?

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Yes you can use TurboTax Business Incorporated T2 no, we have no discount for doing multiple prior returns.

Here you will find the years needed for Business incorporated T2 filing.

You can download TurboTax for past tax years using the links below. You must have an installation key to install the product on your computer.

Location of installation key: The installation key is located on the envelope the TurboTax CD came in, or in the confirmation email you received if you purchased TurboTax from our website. If you cannot find your installation key, but previously registered the product, or you have a proof of purchase, such as a store receipt or email confirmation, please contact TurboTax Customer Care for assistance. You can also purchase TurboTax for any of the previous five tax-years on our website.

Note: For certain tax years, a backup installer is available if you are unable to install TurboTax using the full installer.

Tax Year Download Links
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009

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