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@The_AntiTax_Man  Intuit is going to increase the software price to you each year whether they add a feature, fix a problem, or do nothing. 

That might be true if the government owned Intuit, which one might argue is the case because when IRS tells them to jump, they ask how high.  But we still try to maintain the illusion of free-market, private-enterprise competition in this country.  If Intuit raises the price, there are still competitors that cost less.  They may offer fewer features, but I can still do returns without all those bells and whistles.  Does anyone else have OIH for Schedule F?  How much do they cost?