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I am pretty lazy: while our returns are simple (no house, no stock, no dependents), I like the convenience of using a program to fill out the forms. I have used Turbo Tax for years and have grown to dislike it. This year I bought H&R Block and Turbo Tax and did the returns with each of them. Both programs arrived at the same amount for my Federal and CA returns. On a second return H&R claimed that 4+k taxes were due, while Turbo Tax computed a refund of 1+k. Fiddling with the numbers the difference was due to H&R Block not realizing that governmental employees have been able to contribute to 401k and 457 at the same time for many years now (which Turbo Tax asks about and handles correctly). It is easy enough to override this mistake in the worksheet of H&R Block, but doing so voids electronic filing. Turbo Tax annoyed me this time again with annoying up-sells and ads, but at least it got the numbers right. H&R claims to have a money back guarantee, but I am not holding my breath.
These are good quality but not the high quality of the mud guards I put on my 2008 Prius at the same time. They also cost $26 more and are much smaller. That being said, they should do the job. As long as the clips are used with the supplied screws these should take a beating. It took some patience to get these mounted but it was well worth the effort. I did remove the rear wheels to get easy access to the two screws used back there on each mud guard. The material used appears to be a bit more brittle and hard than that used in the 2008 mudguards. Time will tell but these look ok once on the car.