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Turbotax Users in Indiana Will Receive $2.9 Million From a National Intuit Settlement

Todd Rokita, the Attorney General of Indiana, claims that Hoosier TurboTax users will receive $2.9 million.

The funds are part of a $141 million countrywide settlement with TurboTax maker Intuit Inc.

According to WRTV, some 98,715 Indiana transactions were impacted by Rokita’s office. However, because those submissions took place in 2016, 2017, and 2018, a single client could be accountable for up to three of them.

It is not necessary for you to file a claim for the funds. Payment will be made in the following manner, according to the Attorney General’s Office.

To manage reparation payments, a settlement administrator will be hired.

The impacted consumers’ names and last known addresses will be provided to the settlement administrator by Intuit.

The administrator will determine their current postal addresses and notify them of the settlement by mail or email.

A system will be put in place that allows customers to request electronic payment rather than check payment if they choose.

Electronic payments will be made or checks will be mailed.

Uncashed check reminders will be sent out by the settlement administrator, and checks will be reissued as needed.


Almost 4.4 million taxpayers in the United States were impacted.

In March, the FTC filed a lawsuit, and in May, a settlement was struck.

The settlement demands for Intuit Inc. to stop TurboTax’s “free, free, free” ad campaign and pay reparations, which was signed by the attorneys general of all 50 states, including Rokita.

“Most tax filers are unable to use the company’s “free” service since it is not available to millions of taxpayers, including those who receive a 1099 form for gig economy labour or those who earn agricultural income,” according to the FTC.

According to the commission, nearly two-thirds of tax filers will be unable to use TurboTax’s free offering in 2020.

You are not required to submit a claim for the monies. According to the Attorney General’s Office, payment will be made in the following manner.

A settlement administrator will be engaged to oversee compensation payments.

Intuit will supply the settlement administrator with the names and last known addresses of the impacted individuals.

The administrator will discover their current postal addresses and send them a letter or email informing them of the settlement.

Customers will be able to request electronic payment rather than check payment through a system that will be put in place.

Checks will be mailed or electronic payments will be made.

The settlement administrator will send out uncashed check reminders, and checks will be reissued as needed.

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TurboTax declined to participate in the IRS Free File programme, which allows you to prepare and file your federal income tax online utilising guided tax preparation or at an IRS partner site, as WRTV Investigates reported in January.

Intuit told WRTV earlier this year that its $0 Any Way programme would allow 60 million Americans to file for free their federal and state taxes.

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