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So which/how many users use Adobe Reader on Linux ?

So which/how many users use Adobe Reader on Linux ?

Posted Aug 17, 2012 20:04 UTC (Fri) by Per_Bothner (subscriber, #7375)
In reply to: So which/how many users use Adobe Reader on Linux ? by drag
Parent article: Google warns of using Adobe Reader - particularly on Linux (The H)

If your a using itemized deductions and/or have investments and higher income to support then you have to use the 1040 form, which means that you can use the same applications as 1040ez, but you have to pay for them.

Actually, taxact.com provides free Federal online fill-in, printing, and e-file. I've been using it the last few years, partly because I can use it without booting into Windows! Fairly full set of forms. You do have to pay for state (but if you're a cheap-skate doing state forms by hand isn't as painful as Federal).

On a related topic: California Tax Franchise Board offers forms you can fill-in and print - but not save because the forms don't have the correct "permisisons". Of course that only applies to Acrobat - Evince will happily save the forms for you. Another win for Free Software!


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