How do I schedule a review?

I paid for assist and review but was not offered an appointment for review. I did file because of the deadline thinking I could review when an appointment was available and then just refile if necessary.  there was a message that came up that said we could change to premier and our info would be transferred but the option never came up and there were no instructions as to how to do this.


Does the product name at the top of your screen, when you are in TurboTax say "TurboTax Assist and Review"  or does it say TurboTax Premier?  If it says TurboTax Assist and Review you should see a button at the top right which says Expert Help.  Click that button and follow the directions to schedule your review.  If it says TurboTax Premier then you do not qualify for the Review.  If you want to upgrade to TurboTax Assist and Review, click on the upgrade button in the left hand navigation and Choose TurboTax Assist and Review.

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