If you are looking for T2 Pay-Per-File, you have come to the right place. We explain what T2 Pay-Per-File is and point you to the official download.
What is T2 Pay-Per-File?
Cantax’s T2 Pay-Per-File is the answer for tax professionals who want to prepare a low volume of tax returns in a year. Now, they will be able to download the tax software for free, and pay only for the tax returns that they can file, including paper filings or Internet filings. Each cost for tax returns is $195. This is smaller than users would pay for the more traditional approach of buying a tax package with a bigger price.
Cantax T2Plus has been the go-to corporate tax software for professionals. This is the right tool to easily navigate through tricky corporate returns with much accuracy, so users will be able to return to their business of offering their clients more. Its features include extra coverage for part of the present calendar year, and nearly two previous tax years. The templates are ready to use, including invoices, client letters, and mailing labels, which users can utilize to manage their clients’ needs. If they want to finish a form that is needed on separate filings or documents, then they can replicate specific forms to produce an extra copy. This improves accuracy, and saves time as well.
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File types supported by T2 Pay-Per-File
Our users primarily use T2 Pay-Per-File to open these file types:
About file types supported by T2 Pay-Per-File
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Last updated: : September 9, 2014