Not that we were, and I rarely mention brand-names, but ...
There are a few choices of software with which regular folks can do their taxes each year. I'm sure you know: H&R Block, Quicken, TurboTax, and a few others.
I'd been hearing some bookkeepers mumbling about how Quicken's entry-level version had been stripped of features, requiring an expensive upgrade to get those back.
The parent company, Intuit, has done the same thing to its 2014 TurboTax. The basic package, which costs only $13 here, essentially provides only a 1040A or 1040EZ. If you need anything else - for example, a 1099 to report other income - you have to buy the $49 "deluxe" version.
$36 more ... for one piece of paper.
I have absolutely no issue with any company earning a fair profit on its products. That's the marketplace, and it's how company stay in business. But to charge nearly 4 times as much because the "deluxe" version includes more federal tax forms?
TurboTax just lost a customer. They won't notice or care.
But I do, and what I can do about is to tell you ... and so you've been told.