Complaint / review text:
My story is much the same as the ones I've read here. I did my 2008 taxes using Turbo Tax. All seemed fine until two years later when I received the notice from the IRS that I owed them $600 for not reporting state tax refund income and retirement income. I looked at my copy of the return printed from Turbo Tax and the state refund is clearly there on my copy, but not on the one the IRS got. Class action suit sounds like a pretty good idea to me. I also find it disturbing that, when I pulled up this consumer affairs page to read complaints about Turbo Tax, the first thing I see at the top is an ad for Turbo Tax along with a link to their web page! Apparently I'm going to be out $600, plus penalties and interest of course because I can't pay it lump sum. This is obviously Turbo Tax's fault and a lot of people have been affected. Please, someone file a suit! I'm on board!