Provider of Expert Tax Services Launches Their 2013 Tax Courses

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Softron Tax is starting their 2013 tax courses in September to get Canadians educated on how to file their income tax returns for themselves and for other people.

At the start of September, Softron Tax is launching their tax courses to prepare people for the tax season in early 2014.

“If you’re looking to learn more about tax laws and how to use them to your advantage to pay less taxes in Canada, then our tax courses are right for you,” said Softron President Jake Anand. “By learning how to do income tax returns yourself you can also charge other people for your services.”

Courses are taught in class at select Softron locations. The classes run in September and October, lasting 7 weeks, while classes that run in January last for 4 weeks.

If you cannot attend in person classes, you can register for the online version of their tax courses which can be completed anywhere in the world. Softron’s Tax Courses are also the only tax courses that work on all mobile devices.

Current Softron team member Nisha Sandhu was hired by Anand when she became a Softron Tax course graduate and had this to say, “I loved the Softron Tax course and I have been working with Softron for over 10 years. I enjoy helping clients save on taxes.”

About Softron Tax:

Founded in 1982, Softron Tax is the largest tax preparation firm in Canada that is 100% Canadian owned. Softron Tax provides personal tax services in the Toronto, Mississauga and Ottawa areas. Although their main business is preparing tax returns for Canadians, they also provide small business accounting services in Toronto and foreign property tax reporting services. Their affiliate company is TaxTron, which is a tax preparation software system for Canadians looking to file their taxes via Netfile. For more information, visit http://www.softrontax.com.

Contact:
Jake Anand, Softron President
3161 Hurontario Street, Mississauga, Ontario
Toll Free: 1 (877) 763-8766
Office: (905) 273-4444
Fax: (905) 270-1204
Jake(at)softrontax(dot)com

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