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TurboTax Cost | BEST Pricing Online (State Fees?) • 2022

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TurboTax is America’s #1 tax software with an incredible 73% market share. (source) Even though there are cheaper tax software brands than TurboTax choosing the best is probably a good investment. Plus, they guarantee to get you your maximum refund, so you can think of the expense as an investment.

While commercials state that TurboTax is free, it isn’t for most people. So, how much does it cost to file your tax return with TurboTax in 2022? That depends on a few things including:

  1. Which TurboTax edition you buy
  2. When you file: Pricing is lower early in the tax season (before March 15th!)
  3. State fees: See below for additional State filing fees
  4. Whether you choose to file online or download software
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Here’s how much TurboTax costs now with our discount applied for the best price online:

TurboTax Pricing + State Cost for 2022:

DELUXE: $54†$104†$80*
(Home & Business)

† TurboTax Online State costs $49 per state return w/ no additional fee to e-file

*Software Download includes up to 5 federal e-files and 1 state download. Additional states cost $45 each, and e-file is an additional $25 per state return

**Active-duty Military can file free online here, but there is no military discount for software Download or LIVE editions

Tip: Click to get the best possible price online and view pricing directly from TurboTax here!


Buying TurboTax online at turbotax.intuit.com and using our featured discount (view all) yields the best price for their Deluxe, Premier, and Self-Employed editions.

While we can’t help you avoid taxes, we can at least get you the lowest price on TurboTax which is something!

Not sold on TurboTax? No problem, as we have exclusive discounts for H&R Block and TaxAct (cost?) as well.

Thanks for stopping by Mighty Taxes, and good luck with your taxes!

About kevin

Hi, I'm Kevin McCormick. I graduated from Rutgers U., and now live in Philadelphia with my wife, three kids, and a dog. I enjoy blogging in my free time, especially about finance and the history of taxation. Thanks for stopping by Mighty Taxes!