Question for Preparers


L

llts2

My current software provider is getting really expensive.
Can anyone suggest a reasonable software provider for a
small (150-200 returns) practice? Many thanks
 
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S

shagnasty

llts2 said:
My current software provider is getting really expensive.
Can anyone suggest a reasonable software provider for a
small (150-200 returns) practice? Many thanks
TaxSlayerPro, ATX and Drake are not too expensive.
 
C

CBotella

My current software provider is getting really expensive.
Can anyone suggest a reasonable software provider for a
small (150-200 returns) practice?
I started using TaxAct this year. Quite satisfied.
Preparer's edition $99 (that's not a typo!). All States was
an additional $51.80. ]

My only complaint so far has been that you cannot do
Nonresident or partial year resident returns for the
states.

Hopefully, TaxAct will correct this for 2004 filings.

Kate Botella, EA in PA
 
F

Frank S. Duke, Jr.

llts2 said:
My current software provider is getting really expensive.
Gee you must use Pro-Series too! I do pay per return and it
cost a bunch but I love the software. Compatibility with
TurboTax is important for the basket case people who bring
in their effort at completing the return. I also use
TurboTax for kids and "what ifs". I like the Ohio local
municipality returns, particularly Cincinnati and the Ohio
MFS software. I am a big fan of forms based software.
Can anyone suggest a reasonable software provider for a
small (150-200 returns) practice? Many thanks
All freely provided advice guarantee correct or double your
money back

Frank S. Duke, Jr. CPA
Cincinnati, OH USA
 
M

MTW

CBotella said:
My only complaint so far has been that you cannot do
Nonresident or partial year resident returns for the
states.
Actually, they DO support PY/NR returns in SOME states. But,
I agree, their coverage is NOT complete across the board.
Similarly, it appears that they don't support "ES" vouchers
(or equivalent) in all states.

MTW
 
A

Arthur Kamlet

Frank S. Duke said:
Gee you must use Pro-Series too! I do pay per return and it
cost a bunch but I love the software. Compatibility with
TurboTax is important for the basket case people who bring
in their effort at completing the return. I also use
TurboTax for kids and "what ifs". I like the Ohio local
municipality returns, particularly Cincinnati and the Ohio
MFS software. I am a big fan of forms based software.
Out of curiosity, how does it handle split year cities? TP
lives 5 months in Cincinnati and 7 months in Columbus and
has rental property for 8 months in Dayton?

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Art Kamlet ArtKamlet @ AOL.com Columbus OH K2PZH
 
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K

KAB629

My current software provider is getting really expensive.
Can anyone suggest a reasonable software provider for a
small (150-200 returns) practice?
I use Lacerte pay per return and have been very happy with it.
 

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