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TaxACT TV Spot, 'TaxAct Goes to Court. Verdict: Surprisingly Legal.'

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As these two lawyers enter the courtroom with gusto and interrogate you on your use of TaxACT to take deductions that seem too good to be true, you might be led to believe that your potential crimes fall into the same category of donating dead animals and writing off your wig. But instead of scrambling for a lawyer, these guys say to rest assured, because TaxACT knows exactly what it's doing to get you "surprisingly legal" tax deductions.

Published
January 16, 2020
Advertiser
TaxACT
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Tagline
“Surprisingly Legal.”
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http://www.taxact.com
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Funny
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Philip Maurice Hayes ... Lawyer
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MullenLowe ... Creative Agency

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