Free File Friday, February 25th, 2011.
Jungle wrote:when I searched, I found this with the date of 25th, not 24th
newguy wrote:I just got an email saying to download it on sale for 19.99.
AltaRed wrote:newguy wrote:I just got an email saying to download it on sale for 19.99.
Which has been the retail price in places like Best Buy in the past. Does that suggest misrepresentation in marketing? Or does it mean the retail price is going up this year?
kcowan wrote:There are 3 prices: 29.95, 19.95 and free. I think free applies to any returns that are less than $25k, or for any seniors who apply on February Free Friday. There is no limit to the amount of income a free senior can claim.
kcowan wrote:IANAE but I am pretty sure that Ufile does not count any under $25k returns in their total even if it is printed. When I did MILs final return in hard copy, that is what I recall.
By registering on Free Friday, you get to complete and file returns any time of year (after you qualify). I submit April 30th and have submtted returns as late as June 15th.Insomniac wrote:Free file Friday in February? What good is that? I am still waiting for T slips in early April.
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Insomniac wrote:OK, I now see that they have a "promotion" until January 9 (same price as Future Shop):
Wow this is indeed a slippery slope. Grease me up Bylo.Bylo Selhi wrote:If you experiment you'll notice that the province you select affects the amount of HST you're charged. You could choose to interpret the request for province as "Province you'd most like to be associated with for the purposes of this transaction." IOW this might be a good time and place to declare yourself an honourary Albertan
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Raul wrote:I've checked for program updates and confirmed it's the latest version.
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