Hi all, I have a bit of a U.S. seasonal question for you. I’ve run *buntu/debian variants for many, many years and trace my Linux lineage back to installing pre releases of RedHat from floppies on a 386sx PC in the early-mid 90’s. Since the advent of Tax preparation Software I’ve always been forced to keep a Windows laptop alive so that I had a platform that could I could use for doing my fed/state Taxes. Never really saw any tax prep offerings that supported Linux. Well, this year’s tax prep has me buying yet another cheapo walmart “tax” machine due to Microsoft pushing a Windows 10 update that killed my perfectly serviceable (mint condition) 4 year old HP laptop. Any hints for Linux tax prep software? never really tried TaxCut or TurboTax under Wine. Is that even a thing that works anymore?
BTW: The HP is now the wife’s new laptop and for comedic relief/personal satisfaction, it’s running Mint.