TurboTax owner Intuit should refund $141 million in compensation

 to millions of low-income Americans who were "wrongfully billed" 

for services that should've been free of cost.

TurboTax agreed to change its business tactics.

TurboTax agreed o change its business tactics. According to New York Attorney General

 Letitia James, the company must suspend a "free, free, free" ad campaign

 that "lured" people with the benefit of free tax filing.

All 50 states and the District of Columbia accepted the agreement.

As part of the deal, Intuit committed no misconduct 

and expects minimal commercial effect from adjustments.

Kerry McLean, Intuit's executive VP, and general counsel said 

the company is straight and clear with its clients, 

notably, the nearly 100 million taxpayers have filed their taxes for free

 with our services in the last 8 years.

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