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  2. Intuit Jobs – Search Jobs and Careers

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  3. Demandforce

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    Demand more. Search our trusted network of 28,000 service providers.. What are you looking for? (e.g. Dentist) Where? (Address, City, State or Zip)

  4. Scott+Scott Attorneys at Law LLP Continues to Investigate

    www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/06/07/...

    If you are an Intuit shareholder, you are encouraged to contact attorney Joe Pettigrew with Scott+Scott for additional information at (844) 818-6982 or jpettigrew@scott-scott.com.

  5. Intuit

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  6. Intuit refund request

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    Intuit From another retailer. App store refund requests must go through the app store. Already submitted a refund request? Track refund requests.

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  8. How do I access a prior-year return? - Intuit

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    Here's how to view and download your prior-year returns. You can access returns for the past seven years. First time signing in this year. Sign in to your TurboTax account and continue through your prior year summary.

  9. How do I determine the cost basis of stock I received as a gift?

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    TurboTax Help Intuit SOLVED • by TurboTax • 92 • Updated December 28, 2021 The cost basis of stock you received as a gift ("gifted stock") is determined by the giver's original cost basis and the fair market value (FMV) of the stock at the time you received the gift.