TurboTax 2012 in the Mac App Store Posted on Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 at 5:15 pm. PTWritten by Jim Dalrymple You can download it and then pay when you submit your taxes. Ron Miller Nice idea, but it costs at least $67 for fed + state (and I can’t tell for sure, but it looks like $100 for deluxe + state). I can buy the deluxe DVD for $40 on Amazon. I would love to go disc-less, but I’m not willing to pay that much of a premium!!! Why do electronic versions cost more than physical versions? (I have the same complaint with e-books). Kyle Braund Love TT…Been using them for 5 years. Much preferable paying $100-$125 for deluxe pkg than paying $500+ to my ex-accountant. eric m. What’s wrong with just using turbotax.com? Is it too slow or something? Seems good to me. Less expensive, too. http://twitter.com/pberry Patrick Berry Costco is also a better deal. Domicinator I’m trying it on iPad this year. So far I’m loving it. ort888 As has been stated, look for deals. I got it for $40 bucks. It’s $65 on the Mac App Store. http://blog.ikrug.com/ Dave Krug I can get a filing discount through my bank, but that always leads me to turbotax.com. Is there a way to apply that to the app? I assume that a native app might run faster. I wonder if I can fill out all my info here, then file via the web with my discount?