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Level 1

After being with Intuit for over 30 years I am not renewing my tax software with them for 2020.  How long will I have access to the software that I am licensed to use?

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Level 12

You can still print and e-file existing tax returns forever.

In order to e-file or print a new tax return, I think that expires December 31st unless you renew the Fast Path ($420-ish per year?).

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Level 11
Level 11

I think you can print prior years returns but not e-file them. See this link:

https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/internal-revenue-service/help/what-is-proseries-fast-path/00...

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Level 7

If I may ask...

  • Not renewing - are you retiring from tax prep?
  • Are you switching to a different application? If so, what?
  • Going back to calculator, pencil and paper? 
Put the bunny, back in the box....
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Level 10

@User ID 61 wrote:
  • Going back to calculator, pencil and paper? 

That's a bit extreme, don't you think?  With the IRS Fill-in PDF forms you no longer need the pencil. 🙂

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Level 7

@rbynaker you mean there are solutions / situations / conditions / realities that are NOT extreme? A sort of middle ground, or compromise? Inconceivable! 🙂

Put the bunny, back in the box....