File Your Taxes Online: What's the Best Option?

02.12.08 | Money, Online Finances | 0 Comments | by Tom Valenti

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It seems everywhere I go I'm inundated with solicitations from H&R Block, Liberty, and a slew of local accountants.

It's tax time, they all want my business, and most seem to want me to come into their physical establishments.

Maybe a coupon or promo item would at least make me to consider moving from the online tax filing service I've been using the last few years. Until that happens, I'll stick with H&R's online TaxCut service.

Before starting with TaxCut, I filed using one of the free services the IRS promotes on their site. I must say, TaxCut (and its competitors I quickly researched) are far superior to the couple of free services I had used in the past.

But I do now see that TaxCut and some other higher profile services are now available for free, as well. For those who qualify, that's a nice deal.

How do you file your taxes? Also, let us know what your experiences have been with online tax services.

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