TURBOTAX SPENT 20 YEARS FIGHTING TO STOP AMERICANS FROM FILING TAXES FOR FREE

For over 20 years, Intuit — which operates tax preparation product TurboTax — has been working to prevent the US government from making tax filing simple and free. Tactics for fighting what Intuit calls government "encroachment" have included drumming up support from "third party grassroots" groups and minority groups. Their Free File program has held off the IRS from creating a government system, all while Intuit has made it ...

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