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Non-standard interface and unnecessary access to the Mac's file system make this PDF creation tool a less than optimal option.
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Merlin is a top-tier project management application that has a lot to offer.
We've tested and rated tax preparation offerings for both the desktop and on the Web. Now we turn our attention to mobile, looking at iPhone and iPad offerings from both Intuit and H&R Block.
It's not hard to see why TurboTax is the most popular tax preparation software on the market. It's easy on the eyes, very simple to use, and makes your annual trip to the taxman almost seem like fun.
H&R Block at Home is an easy to use application that makes tax prep simple, offers tools to help you avoid audit-inducing mistakes, and if necessary, keeps a professional close at hand if you’re not sure how to handle a specific situation.