TT is awesome. The tax code, as we know, is a labyrinth, and the people at Intuit must have accountant ninjas working or something like that to get through it all. TT asks lots of good questions, and saved me so much money--I'd be like, "Yeah, I DID pay that for my business! I totally forgot!" Do not do your taxes without TT.
If TT were listening, I would offer two suggestions: 1. do not inch up the price on Audit Defender, extra states, or e-filing. The price is right at the threshold (in my opinion) of a good price, and any more would make me hesitate. 2. I have businesses/rentals in multiple states. Some of these states (CA, VA) have exemption credits for each other. But to do this you need to look at each state's AGI. It is a PAIN to be doing one, then you are asked for the AGI for another state, and so you have to click over there, get that info, then come back. It would be easy enough to bring up the other state's info in the current state. Hope that makes sense.
But this is minor. DO use TT!