Taxpayers get unexpected return–sex chatWed, Feb 02, 2005 - 6:03 AM
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Not exactly the kind of message you expect to hear in the middle of doing your taxes, but that’s just what some TurboTax customers are getting as they try to set up their state returns.
A message in the business version of Intuit’s market-leading tax preparation software erroneously directs customers to a sex talk operation.
The message pops up when TurboTax Business users advance to their state tax return and decide they need to file for more than the single state return supported in the product. The message in the software tells them they can purchase software for additional states, at $30 each, online or by calling an 800 number. “