Austin, TX (Vocus) January 29, 2009
As the 2009 tax season approaches, many people will be searching for low-cost methods of calculating their tax returns. Following the economic downturn, tax filers are likely to skip costly actions, such as hiring an accountant, in favor of calculating and filing taxes on their own.
With improved functionality and expanded information, Tax-Compare.com is now a robust resource for anyone looking to prepare taxes on his or her own.
Thanks to a dramatic website re-design, users of Tax-Compare.com can now fill out a short form that describes their status and view a comparison chart of the lowest cost tax software options that best fit their needs. The options are drawn from four of the most reputable companies in the industry: H&R Block's TaxCut, Intuit's TurboTax, TaxAct and TaxBrain.
Users of the website can also read in depth reviews of the individual products offered by each company including pros, cons and conclusions about the service, as well as a helpful, easy-to -view information grid that breaks down each product by available features like included functions, system requirements, ability to sync with other programs, etc.
Tax-Compare.com reviews gives users every relevant piece of information about a service provider and their product, including company history, pricing, customer service reviews, product guarantees, usability and compatibility with other software programs or online financial institutions.
In addition to providing these reviews, Tax-Compare.com also explains what tax filers should be looking for in a tax service and defines the market standard for a reputable, reliable tax software provider. This knowledge is essential for people who don't have much time to research tax software, but who must ultimately make a choice about what to purchase.
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