Tax season may be past us, and perhaps you are wondering if there really is a better option out there? Perhaps you have a ton of assets and use an accountant, or perhaps you use an accountant but you would be better off filing on your own. Fortunately, the awesome folks at Reviews.com have taken the guesswork out of which tax software is best for you depending on personal preferences.
Below are their reviews for the cheapest, best customer service and best overall self-prep tax software for consumers. Additionally, the compared the programs across a variety of criteria in case you have more specific preferences. Be sure to check out the information below and visit Reviews.com by CLICKING HERE.
TurboTax is totally free for roughly 60 million eligible filers. But even if you need to upgrade, it's worth it — its step-by-step approach to filing, plus comprehensive in-app help systems, make it the easiest tax software to use by far.
Doing your taxes can feel like going to the dentist — a necessary, painful evil — but the best online tax software makes paying your dues to Uncle Sam (almost) stress-free.
That’s why Intuit’s TurboTax is our top pick. Its step-by-step approach leads even first-time self-preparers through the process with ease; Not to mention, it has the most comprehensive deductions tool we found. As for premium features, TurboTax now offers live support via one-way video from a certified public accountant or enrolled agent, which means more guidance and reassurance that you’re getting the highest return possible.
Simple software that offers the option to talk to a human being online or in-person. It doesn’t provide quite as much in-product guidance as TurboTax, but it comes close.
H&R Block takes customer support one step further with their Tax Pro Review, which lets you schedule a meeting with an agent online or at one of their 12,000 locations nationwide. If you’re having trouble with a particular section of your return, nothing beats sitting down with a tax professional who can walk you through the process. The software offers fewer built-in guidance and help tabs than TurboTax, so filing on your own — a limitation of free versions — won’t be as simple for beginning filers. But if the upgraded option of face-to-face guidance is a must, H&R Block is second to none.
Half the price of TurboTax, but not as user-friendly. Its cluttered screens can make filing less straightforward, but even its premium edition is cheaper than competitors.
TaxAct also stands out for its affordability, even for upgrades. Its most expensive edition (Premium) is less than half the cost of TurboTax’s “Self Employed” edition. TaxAct covers the same forms and schedules as its competitors, but it’s not as feature-rich, nor as easy to use: It offers no video support, and the cluttered nature of its screens can get confusing. If all you need is to file a simple 1040EZ or 1040A, we’d go with TurboTax. But if your taxes are more complex and you can do without a few helpful features, TaxAct is a solid bet and great bargain.
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