Best tax software 2020: TurboTax, H&R Block, TaxAct, and TaxSlayer compared
The tax man cometh! In just a few short weeks it will be time to meet your maker… er… your tax collector and deliver the debt that’s due. If you’re an incorporated business owner, your taxes are due March 15. Otherwise sole proprietors and all the rest of us non-business owners need to file taxes by April 15.
Filing your taxes doesn’t need to be a fraught experience and each of the apps reviewed here promises to make the process of filing your taxes simple and pain-free.
Which software app should you use?
When it comes to the basics of filing your personal taxes, there is very little that differentiates these apps from each other, so, to some extent, you should go with whichever of the companies you’re comfortable with or that you’ve used in the past. The truth is, if you have the proper paperwork, filing your taxes is nothing more than correctly entering data from forms you’ve been given by your employer and your banking institutions. But, if you’re unsure about which app you should choose, or you have specific needs, use the following information and our reviews as your guide:
Source:: IT news – Internet