Turbotax is a software, developed in America, which helps its customers prepare for their annual taxes and gain maximum rewards; their customer service phone number, and many other customer service resources can be found on their site.
The main Help page for TurboTax is a portal with many options which lead to specific resources for TurboTax’s wide variety of clients and customers. Information on anything from getting started and creating a new account, to checking your refund status, to accessing your download, to finishing your tax process, filing taxes, and specific resources for self-employed people can be found here. You can access FAQs and start for free, or join the online community of people dedicated to TurboTax as their main tax solution. Many people use the site to find their AGI, track their refund, purchase TurboTax PLUS, get a copy of their tax return, ask about why certain process elements are delayed, and inquire about the state of recent government actions on their taxes.
The “Contact Us” page is separate from the general Help Portal, and it asks the customer which product their question is about and gives room to speak of the specific issue that you need help with, or, alternatively, enter keywords related to your problem.
TurboTax Phone Numbers
TurboTax offers product-specific guidance and help through their “Contact Us” page. However, if you prefer to call with a general inquiry or a specific one, call (800) 446-8848.
For contact information regarding specific products, such as the Online component, Mobile app, or the Mac or Windows CD software method of accessing TurboTax, you can find the specific phone number by logging in and using this site: https://support.turbotax.intuit.com/contact/.
TurboTax Mailing Address
TurboTax can be contacted through the mail by sending a letter containing your customer service inquiry to the Intuit company’s headquarters.
2700 Coast Ave.
Mountain View, CA 94043
TurboTax Customer Service Website
TurboTax has separate pages for their basic customer service resources: a TurboTax Support portal (https://ttlc.intuit.com/) as well as a Contact Us page (https://support.turbotax.intuit.com/contact/). The TurboTax Support portal provides a very accessible resource for tax and product support, and answers are available by either asking an expert or fellow customer or by searching through previously asked questions on a 24/7 basis. Topics that can be explored in a more in-depth fashion by clicking on their corresponding tab include: Get Started, Check your refund status, Access your CD/Download, Get your taxes done, After you file, Self-employed Center.
Along with Frequently Asked Questions, the page also has a Trending Questions section, which shows questions that have been asked at a notable rate within the latest short-term.
Their Contact Us page offers product-specific solutions as determined by a search bar and series of customer questions to direct you on the course to the fastest and best results for your individual needs.
TurboTax Social Media Accounts
TurboTax provides information, content, and support through most social media outlets, updating customers as to the company’s operations. Since taxes are universal in scope, their video content and shared information are of great interest to many. They answer questions on YouTube, engage customers with a TaxCaster widget on Facebook, provide tax assistance on Twitter, and give tips on each of their represented platforms.
For Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/TurboTax
For Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/TurboTax
For LinkedIn, visit https://www.linkedin.com/company/TurboTax
For Pinterest, visit https://www.pinterest.com/TurboTax
For Youtube, visit https://www.youtube.com/user/TurboTax
For Instagram, visit https://www.instagram.com/turbotax/
Released to the public in 2001, TurboTax has become a leader in American tax solutions; providing business and financial management assistance for businesses of all sizes. TurboTax helps individuals, small businesses, banks, credit unions, and more. As part of the Intuit corporation, TurboTax strives to make a measurable impact on the personal finances of individuals and the health of businesses. Turbotax is arguably the most prominent income tax-based software operation in the United States. It was developed through the 80s and 90s and finally released in 2001. It was developed by Chipsoft, which was eventually acquired by Intuit. Although Intuit is based in Mountain View, California, Chipsoft is still run from its original home in San Diego. The Mac version of TurboTax was developed by a different party- SoftView- and then sold to ChipSoft so the products could be released by the same company.