Giveaway: Four Copies of TurboTax Canada


Did I mention I had a backlog of stuff to giveaway? Today is the giveaway of TurboTax by Intuit. They have graciously provided four copies (winners may choose ANY edition of the software: Standard, Premier or Home & Business). I’ll run this contest as per usual, post a comment down below to enter for your chance to win. I’ll also give you an extra entry for liking my Facebook Fan Page. Like it once, and from now on you are entered in any future contests automatically so long as it’s still “liked”.

A big Thank You to the kind folks at Intuit: please take a look at their product offering online.

Good luck everyone! :)

Contest Rules:

  1. Leave a comment on this post to earn an entry. Limit of one entry per email address.
  2. You can earn a bonus entry by “liking” my Facebook Fan Page.
  3. You must submit your email address on the comment form (so I can contact the winner), but your email address is never shown publicly, and is not sold to any third party companies – it’s just for the contest.
  4. Contest is open until 12pm EST (noon) on Saturday, February 19th, 2011. Winners will be announced and contacted shortly after that.
  5. Winner must answer a skill testing question.
  6. Open to residents of Canada only.
  7. Four winners will be chosen at random, you can only win one copy per household.
Preet Banerjee
Preet Banerjee an independent consultant to the financial services industry and a personal finance commentator. You can learn more about Preet at his personal website and you can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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  • gene

    Sounds like a good deal to me.

  • Dennis

    Yay! I like you! and you smell like french fries!

    • Preet

      Not pulled pork nachos? :)

      See you on Saturday!

  • Lucie

    Hi Preet

    Just want to say I really enjoy reading your articles in the Globe and Mail. Keep up the excellent job!

    P.S. — Count me in to win one of the TurboTax software — sure can use the “Premier edition”. Cheers!

  • Tina

    Sweet! I hope I’ll win!

  • Veronica

    Perfect timing… my family is starting to call… they’re wondering if i’ve bought my tax software yet!

  • Traciatim

    Generally I use Studio Tax ( )to do my families taxes, but other free software is always welcome, maybe it would be easier to do my spouses professional income with Home and Business.

  • Bikergofast

    It would be great to have a real software package and not use the online system anymore. Thanks for the entry.

  • Alaa

    Thanks Preet! hope I win a copy.

  • Jennifer L.

    Great! This would be useful.

  • Mike Gayowski

    Great idea Preet!

  • Jody Cairns

    Nice contest and great timing!

  • PoorFella

    Woo hoo, Free Stuff!

  • Luc Richard

    Thanks again

  • jerri

    Love the way you present your information (especially the investment and tax stuff). It is clear and simple enough to understand, yet the topics are complicated. Thank you!

  • Sustainable PF

    Would love to get free tax software this time of year!

  • Brad Trivers

    Glad to see your back – tax season looms – uggh :-)

  • Joan Coxhead

    I enjoy reading the information that you offer. I tell my Advisor what I want done so must keep up on the World of Finance.

  • Stephanie

    That would be nice to win!

  • Kyle

    Thanks for the giveway!

  • chloe denny

    This is a great give away, i was just wondering how to do my taxes this year!

  • Trevor

    Enter me in the draw, thanks.

  • Janis

    Would love to win and keep more money in my pocket!

  • js_cooldude

    Yay! Free Stuff! And stuff that I need too!

  • Chris

    Rule 6. Open to residents of Canada only.

    Are there that many non-residents/non-Canadians needing Canadian tax software? :-)

    More for me, I guess.

  • lewis

    i love to get free stuff – especially if it’s actually useful.. BTW saw you on CBC news yesterday. Good info on RRSP’s

  • edmontonjb

    This would be very useful! Count me in.

  • Frank Wiginton

    HI Preet,
    Just a mention about Turbo Tax. These tax softwares are getting better and easier each year. If you have a pretty straightforward tax situation that these make it easy and painless. Even if you have a complex tax return and have done it yourself or closely worked with an tax accountant to understand your qualified deductions you should be able to handling it on your own with maybe some of the more advanced tax software versions of Turbo Tax. It may still be wise to work with a tax pro if you still aren’t sure.
    The one thing I love about CRA is that if you leave out a deduction or two – THEY AREN’T GOING TO CHASE YOU DOWN FOR IT! :-)

    Get what’s yours – Use Turbo Tax!

  • Jason T

    Woow! Two contests in 3 days :)

  • Todd Bengert

    Turbo Tax! Just in time for tax season!

  • Hayley Hutchison

    I’d like to win the Turbo Tax software. Please and thank you :)

  • Boris

    Oh ya!!! Turbo Tax!!

  • RMG

    too bad they can’t make taxes go away

  • CV

    I hate doing my taxes. I am hoping the software will make the whole exercise a little more bearable.

  • John Buchanan

    I have used Quick Tax for years and think it one of the easiest to use but it is getting to be too expensive for preparing 1-2 tax returns

  • Mike

    great contest, great prize

  • Willis

    Thanks Preet.

  • Howie Cowan

    Love the Facebook! But, could use a taxprogram, bigtime

  • Becky

    C’mon, Turbo Tax! Fingers crossed!

  • Kevin

    Count me in!

  • Diwakar

    Thanks Preet!
    Would love a copy of the Turbo Tax software.

    BTW, like your appearances on the CBC National off & on.

  • Ellie

    I love doing my taxes!

  • Heather Little

    I have an acctng degree but have only worked in industry, and not in Finance or Accounting for the last 16 years. But, several friends and relatives have always expected that my doing their taxes for them is natural, and I’ve never said no. This would be such a help.

    Thanks Preet, and Good Luck Everyone.

  • Antoine

    Turbotax has never let me down. So, count me in for this year’s giveaway!

  • Norman

    It’s that time of year again.

  • Maria

    What a useful prize!

  • Lyne

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Henry

    I am in.

  • Erick

    Sign me up!

  • James

    [x] puts on good luck charm.

  • karash

    This would be very useful! Count me in.

  • Bert

    cool, useful prize

  • Alvan J Hilker

    Love your newsletter. Especially since I am Canadian the info is pertinent. I’ve followed your suggestions and comments fervently. Keep it coming.

  • Ashish

    Wouldnt it be nice to find out what I am losing out on by doing all my taxes on paper ? Count me in for a lucky entry in the draw.

  • Johnny


  • Stephen

    Leaving my mark here in hopes of winning :)

  • Julie S

    Thanks for the great giveaway

  • Melanie S


  • Greg

    Thanks for another great contest.

  • Lynne

    Sounds like a great time for a great prize !!

  • Anne-Marie T

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Bobby

    Nice prize! Thanks

  • elidayle

    Free sounds good to me!

  • Kathy Staton

    Hi Preet,
    I heard your comments, about the RRSP questions, the other night on the news. I really thought this was one of the better panels and all the input was helpful – thank you. I’m still “on the fence” about maxing out my RRSP’s, though, and will give it a little more thought.

    • Frank Wiginton

      Hi Kathy,
      I think if you heed Preet’s advice and look at getting a comprehensive financial plan done that with project what your future tax rate might be in retirement and compare it to what your current tax rate is right now, it may bring a fair bit of clarity to the situation.
      Now you don’ have time to get a proper financial plan before the rrsp deadline so here is what you can do:
      Make the Max contribution before the deadline. Spend the next six weeks (prior to filing your tax return) getting a proper financial plan done and then decide whether to claim the full contribution on this years tax return or defer some or all of it to future tax years. Feel free to reach me through my site if you want more of an explanation or would like to discuss the preparation of a comprehensive financial plan.
      Preet what do think???

  • dj

    Still no update on CYA?

  • Paul Truong

    Thanks. It’s probably time to try a different tool this time, after using UFile for the last few years.

  • Steve

    Sign me up for the draw!

  • Steve

    Wouldn’t mind winning this at all. I like to do my taxes by hand to ensure I understand it all, but it’s nice to have a software package that can correct me :)

  • carwel

    I’m in for this draw

  • Kabe

    Need TurboTax. Nothing I like to put turbo on more than my taxes…I guess.

  • Kevin R

    Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of TurboTax Canada. Regards…

  • Stephanie

    I just discovered this site, and am so glad I found it!

  • Real Estate Investment Software

    Discussions like this about four copies are a good a way to promote and expand the topic. Nice post. Congratulations again on a good job Preet.

  • Francine

    As a newcomer to Canada, this year is my first time tax work/hassle.
    That would help ! :)

  • Jtrehan

    Thanks for the opportunity

  • sailorbill

    This would be very useful… I hope to win a copy!

    Bill Tugby

  • Larry

    Sure could use it soon! Thanks.

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