1. BitPusher2600's Avatar
    I surely do. I'm a big fan or TurboTax online because my company has electronic w2's and I can import them seamlessly, usually can do my taxes in about 5 minutes. Anyway, I just did my whole spiel with my Q10 and it was flawless. At the very beginning of the process it says you should "upgrade your browser" and gives links to four, or the option to continue with the current browser (which I did.) Everything loads correctly and works as it should.

    Very cool indeed. Anyone else doing their taxes with their BlackBerry?

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    01-12-14 07:56 PM
  2. CDM76's Avatar
    I never even thought of trying. Impressive that you can

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    01-12-14 07:58 PM
  3. Pilot Prop's Avatar
    The thought had never crossed my mind. Cool that you pulled it off though!

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    01-12-14 08:18 PM
  4. jafobabe's Avatar
    That's great OP! I may have to give it a try when I get ready to do my taxes.

    Thanks!
    01-12-14 08:38 PM
  5. BitPusher2600's Avatar
    That's great OP! I may have to give it a try when I get ready to do my taxes.

    Thanks!
    Definitely. Consider this too; if you're someone who does all of your taxes electronically anyway, do you keep the final PDF copies of your W2s or tax return paperwork? Where would you keep them, on the desktop/laptop, on a thumb drive? I like the notion of being able to file them away in my encrypted device memory, thus encrypting those PDFs. Just as good a place as any no? I so happen to hate paperwork and filing cabinets or filing folders so it's a total win no matter how I slice it.

    Posted from BitPusher's Q10
    01-13-14 08:34 AM
  6. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    Great that you can do this but somehow I think this would not really be effective for someone with a more than slightly complicated return.
    01-13-14 09:57 PM
  7. sjwpenney's Avatar
    It's painful enough on a big screen so no. But great that those who want to have the option.
    01-13-14 10:02 PM
  8. southlander's Avatar
    That's hard core. Lol.

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    01-13-14 10:14 PM
  9. BitPusher2600's Avatar
    Great that you can do this but somehow I think this would not really be effective for someone with a more than slightly complicated return.
    Depends on what you mean. The part about it only taking me a few minutes, you'd be correct if a return was more complicated.

    If you mean doing it on a smartphone, that's only personal preference and no different than doing anything else on a device in that Intuit made mobile formatted versions of their entire system (Basic, Deluxe and Premier.) I'm pretty sure there's no such type of Government or IRS dealings that aren't covered by one of TurboTax's products.

    At any rate, the whole mobile formatting they employ felt to me like an iOS clone.

    Posted from BitPusher's Q10
    01-13-14 11:05 PM
  10. raw_dog's Avatar
    No. My life is a little too complicated to not use an accountant. I'm impressed that you are doing it this way. Although I do use my Z10 to quickly transmit and sign documents all of the time.

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    01-14-14 03:33 PM

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