Does Doing Your Taxes Tax Your Memory?

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More than ever, people are opting to do their own taxes, using TurboTax, TaxCut, or one of the newer online solutions like Tax Act, along with the help of their home computer. And for many, trying to pull all the details of the prior year together really taxes their memory. Doing the number crunching on their Dell, IBM or Apple may be taxing their computer’s memory as well.

It’s not just tax time -- it’s crunch time. With just days to go, millions of Americans are now forced to get down to it to beat the April 17th deadline. More than ever, people are opting to do their own taxes, using TurboTax, TaxCut, or one of the newer online solutions like Tax Act, along with the help of their home computer. And for many, trying to pull all the details of the prior year together really taxes their memory. Doing the number crunching on their Dell, IBM or Apple may be taxing their computer’s memory as well.

At 4 All Memory, this story is all too familiar. That’s why the last few weeks have been so busy for the online retailer’s http://www.4allmemory.com/index.cfm?p=193 site. According to CEO Brian Way, “Computer memory upgrades are a fast, easy way to speed up your computer. People get a bit frantic at tax time, and a sluggish PC is often the culprit.” It’s the inexpensive addition of RAM, or random access memory, which helps a slow computer to run more smoothly.

What many don’t realize is that installing upgrade memory is something virtually anyone can do at home in just minutes. “We’ve had people call us during lunch to order memory, receive it the following morning with overnight delivery, install it and see the difference in speed and performance all in less than 24 hours,” says Way.

4 All Memory is one of those consumer-friendly companies that Dell, Apple and the likes would prefer that people not discover. Why? Well, not only is upgrading the memory in an older computer smart, but even new computer buyers can save with 4 All Memory. Instead of buying additional memory from Dell at the time of purchase, more and more consumers are turning to 4 All Memory for additional RAM when they buy new equipment, avoiding the high mark-up on memory modules and other accessories from the manufacturers.

“We will get another surge of business in the coming weeks as tax refunds are received,” says Way. “Several new computer models have been introduced recently, and savvy buyers will turn to us for a better deal on additional memory to get the best performance.”

About 4 All Memory

4 All Memory is a St. Louis-based computer accessories online retailer. In addition to computer memory, you can also find memory for digital cameras, printers, and MP3 players, as well as hard drives and other upgrades. For more information, please visit http://www.4allmemory.com/index.cfm?p=193.

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