Buhl’s t@x program is used for computer-assisted income tax return preparation. It is specifically for German users and relies on an interrogative data entry method: instead of compelling the user to wade into the tax form by himself and attempt to understand all the terms for the fields provided, it asks the user for the required data in a simplified question-and-answer data entry format. It also performs all calculations itself for fields that require computed data. For example, it can take user data and use it to calculate the user’s tax refund automatically. This saves users time in creating their return forms.
Practically all the income tax return forms are already loaded into the program, which is also able to process and generate forms for payroll tax reduction requests, as well as home ownership applications. The software supports two types of filing: traditional and electronic. Users who opt for the former can print out their forms and those who opt for the latter can simply use t@x to facilitate the process as well. The software is also available in a household license version for those who need to install it on up to 3 computers.
Our users primarily use t@x to open these file types:
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