Tax Software Survey: TaxSimple


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Tax program name TaxSimple
Vendor name TaxSimple
Telephone

973-989-8955

E-mail address

jvora@taxsimple.com

Web site

taxsimple.com

Price on Federal 1040

$100 - $695

Is this an increase from last year? By how much?

No
Renewal price

$100 - $695

State price $50 - $320
State renewal price $50 - $295
Pay-per-return pricing
  • $15 for Federal individual
  • $12 for state individual
  • $25 for Federal business
  • $13 for state business
Additional cost for E-filed returns

$0 - $9.95 per return

Online version? Cost? Yes, $9.95 for individual and $49.95 for business
Support

Yes

Toll-free telephone

973-989-8955

Hours

 Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM, Saturday, 10 AM to 2 PM

E-mail support? Yes, sales@taxsimple.com and support@taxsimple.com
IM/chat? Yes (under development)
Other? Please specify

N/A

Do you offer organizers? Yes
Client letters Yes
Client portals taxsimple.com or taxsimple.net
Does your software integrate with other products?
Which ones?
Yes, most accounting software
New features added to your software for this year
  • Choice of interview-based or form-based approach
  • Paperless office
  • Creation of PDF files to e-mail returns to clients
  • Buy "pay-per-return" online
  • Enhancement of E-file reporting
  • More security and encryption
  • Client label printing in zip code order
  • Address databank

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