Non-investing personal finance issues including insurance, credit, real estate, taxes, employment and legal issues such as trusts and wills
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I picked up HR Block this year, and I noticed that the donation assistant for donated items were priced much lower than I remember TaxAct's donation assistant priced them last year. So I brought up the two programs side by side and TaxAct was quoting values 300 to 400 percent higher than HR Block. I checked a few items at the Goodwill store, and HR Block was closer to those prices. TaxAct was closer to wishful prices listed on e-Bay. Thoughts on this discrepancy? Could TaxAct have the potential of getting people in trouble?
Taxact backs up the values if audited, but I agree they are a little high and I usually just pick the lowest amount/condition they list. If you are comfortable with HR block, then I would just use those.