The Minnesota Department of Revenue has reinstated Intuit’s consumer and professional tax products to its approved vendor list.
According to a notice posted yesterday on the department’s Web site, Intuit has fixed the problems with its tax preparation products that had led it to warn Minnesota taxpayers not to use the company’s products.
“We are very pleased that the Minnesota Department of Revenue has restored Intuit’s TurboTax, ProSeries, Intuit Tax Online and Lacerte products to its approved vendor list,” said Bob Meighan, vice president at Intuit. “We appreciate the state’s collaboration and want to re-assure customers they can file with confidence.”
Intuit also said that it would be issuing refunds to affected TurboTax customers in Minnesota for the full amount of their tax prep fees.
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