FutureTax for NETFILE
If you are looking for FutureTax for NETFILE, you have come to the right place. We explain what FutureTax for NETFILE is and point you to the official download.
What is FutureTax for NETFILE?
Future Tax for NETFILE is a Canadian tax preparation application. The Future Tax software is in fact available in 3 editions: one for individuals, another for professionals, and another for corporations. The Future Tax for NETFILE edition is the one used for the first group (individuals) and is thus certified by Netfile (the e-filing option used by most Canadians).
The software itself is technically freeware: it can be downloaded at no price and requires no registration fee for full installation. It is the services attached to it that are billable. Users pay a specific price for submitting tax forms or returns to the program’s service provider, as they will handle the electronic filing process. Naturally, more submitted tax returns will mean more costs, with the maximum number of returns submitted through the program set at 20, as per Netfile limitations.
All T1 tax return forms are supported by the software. Married users can also prepare their forms together and users are given free service if the total family income falls below $10,000. The program does not run on Mac OS X and requires a Windows environment.
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File types supported by FutureTax for NETFILE
About file types supported by FutureTax for NETFILE
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Last updated: : July 7, 2014