If you are looking for TaxACT, you have come to the right place. We explain what TaxACT is and point you to the official download.
What is TaxACT?
TaxACT is a platform that is intended to aide users in filing tax declarations. It is developed ansd released by the company called 2nd Story Software. This software is also used to calculate tax refunds with the use of the integrated e-files and calculators. The software also lets users make use of e-files such as 1040EZ, 1040A, and 1040.
TaxACT also provides users with access to TaxACT Answer Center which addresses to the concverns and queries of the users of the software. Questions are presented in a more personalized manner. Said functionality also allows users to explore the video tutorials that automatically come with the software upon installation. The software also has a Technical Support Team which is responsible for e-mailing answers to the queries. TaxACT's Maximum Refund Pledge is also one of the key features of the software which enables users to maximize the tax refunds they could get by explaining taxation processes in detail.
TaxACT also intends to avoid audit risks by providing its users alerts each time errors and omissions are detected. With the use of the same software, users can also compare their declarations with tax returns submitted in the previous years.
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File types supported by TaxACT
Our users primarily use TaxACT to open these file types:
About file types supported by TaxACT
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Last updated: : September 5, 2013