Tax software

Tax software

Computer software designed to assist taxpayers in filling out tax returns and minimizing tax liability.

Tax Software

Any of a number of computer programs purporting to help the user complete his/her own tax forms without the expense of hiring an accountant or the potentially expensive possibility of overlooking certain deductions and credits. Most of these programs explain basic tax information to the user, and some use a series of questions and answers to determine what deductions and credits most likely apply to the user. While tax software was originally bought and installed on one's personal computer, programs are increasingly available online.
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Powered by The Free File Alliance, a coalition of 14 industry-leading tax software companies partnered with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Free File program gives eligible taxpayers a head start to prepare and e-file tax returns before January 20, when the IRS officially opens tax season.
Just 15 patents have been granted for sales tax software, in the last four decades.
For more than a decade, Free File has advanced the IRS' e-filing initiative by making industry-leading tax software available to a majority of Americans at no cost, said TimHugo, executive director of the Free File Alliance.
With or without the help of tax software, tax professionals expect the numbers reported on clients' information returns to appear in logical places on their tax returns.
The international tax software company subleased 43,353 square feet at the Class A, 2.
By combining the functionality of its new real property tax module with the personal property tax functionality of PTMS, TCI "has created a versatile and affordable property tax software solution for both personal and real property tax management," the company said in an announcement.
a provider of enterprise transaction tax software and U.
ATX is a leading tax software provider based in Caribou, Maine, and Ft.
Pierce, FL), a provider of tax software, from founders/owners and brothers Glynn and Steve Willett.
The March 2000 meeting of TEI's Portland Chapter was preceded by a workshop on tax software products led by Stephanie Kovacevic of IBM/ Sequent Computer.
You'll find links to sites that specialize in the tax code, tax law, international taxes, tax software, tax tips, associations and tax newsletters.