If the coming of spring fills you with more dread over tax season than anticipation of flowers and birdsong, fret no longer. The Internet has a solution for you. With the on-demand revolution, even filing your taxes no longer has to feel like a torturous process, at least according to Taxfyle. Branded as the Uber for accountants, this digital service allows you to simply snap a picture of your tax documents, then send them off to a licensed CPA who will prepare and file your tax return within seven days. See? Told you it wasn’t so bad.
Promising to undercut other more popular tax preparation services like H&R Block and TurboTax by up to 60 percent, Taxfyle claims not only to be the easiest solution around, but one of the cheapest as well. And thanks to its impressive roster of 300 licensed tax experts, Taxfyle assures users that when it comes to the IRS, there’s nothing to worry about.
Rather than wading through pages and pages of DIY software, Taxfyle offers an alternative comprised of just 10 clicks and a photo (and starts at $49). To get your taxes filed (and maybe even some money back from the government), simply download Taxfyle from the Apple App store, take photos of your forms (or skip that step for now), answer a few yes or no questions, then receive your quote. If you agree to the price, you’ll have a personal CPA whose commitment to you is a full tax filing within a week. Better still, the app notes, customers are automatically enrolled into the Taxfyle full audit protection plan.
“Tax season can be one of the most stressful times of the year, and it’s exactly when Americans need the guidance of an experienced tax professional, which Taxfyle delivers with the press of a button,” says Taxfyle cofounder and CEO Richard Lavina.
But you won’t be sacrificing precision for efficiency, Taxfyle goes on to say. “All of our CPAs are vetted and verified, so every time you file with Taxfyle you can trust you’re getting the best possible return,” Lavina added.
So if you’re looking for a way to alleviate all that tax anxiety, Taxfyle may be the solution you’ve been dreaming of.
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