A record multi-state agreement, led by New York Attorney General Leticia James, was reached with tax software company Intuit, which makes TurboTax.

Under the terms of an agreement reached by Attorney General James with officials from all 50 U.S. states and Washington, Intuit has agreed to pay $ 141 million to millions of low-income taxpayers who believe the company’s TurboTax “Free Edition” is actually free.


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