What software to buy?

I live in Canada and I am self employed preparing Canadian taxes but I started learning us taxes. I need a software to practice us taxes
mostly I want to learn taxes for Canadian citizen having the obligation to file us taxes because of dual citizenship, or having rental property there or any other kind us income
or simply they had to file because they are either citizens or green card holders
right now I don’t have the confidence to do unless I really practice preparing different kinds of scenarios using software
I need a software strictly for learning purposes


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(btw, you do know that that would be illegal per the IRS to actually file...?)

also neither profile, nor any other tax preparation software, can teach you taxes in either country, and you cannot learn from them.
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