Tax prep online

Demery, Paul
May 1998
Accounting Technology;May98, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p53
Trade Publication
Presents information on programs enabling taxpayers to fill out tax forms on the Web and file electronically. Estimated number of people that filled out returns and filed them through Universal Tax Systems; Remarks of Intuit Incorporated about its TurboTaxOnline business; Two types of online preparation and filing services available on the Web.


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