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Review: TurboTax 2012 for iPad

TurboTax 2012 for iPad is a full-featured tax filing application.

Review: H&R Block At Home Free Edition for iPad

Minor account frustrations aside, H&R Block At Home Free Edition for iPad is a great way for you to fill all your personal tax filing needs.

Review: TurboTax 2012 for Mac

TurboTax 2012 remains the best, easiest to use tax filing product on the market, simplifying and taking the scariness out of the tax filing process.

App Spotlight: TigerText promises to keep text messages private and secure

If you're trading in sensitive information, you'll want to install this app on all your workers' devices.

Mac troubleshooting: What to do when you can't connect to the Internet

No connection? Follow Joe Kissell's steps to figure out what's keeping you off the Internet.

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Emergency backups you didn't know you had

You should have backed up, but you didn't. Now your hard drive has failed. But all is not lost. Intentionally or not, you probably do have backups of at least some of your data. And they just might save your bacon.

Review: OfficeTime 1.9 time tracking and billing app shows promise

OfficeTime is a basic, yet useful time tracking and invoicing application that allows you to gather time spent on a project using your Mac or an iOS device.

Intuit releases QuickBooks Online for iPad

As the name implies, QuickBooks Online for iPad draws from QuickBooks Online. The main benefit of the iPad app is that it can work with the iPad’s camera, using features such as notifications and location services, and provide a user interface that’s native to the iPad.

Apple expert details how to keep iPad business migrations in check

There's no easy path to iPad adoption, and a bogged-down iPad pilot program can spell disaster. Here's how to simplify complicated iPad migrations.

Expo Notes: iOS apps mixing more business with pleasure

The iPhone and iPad started life as objects of delight, but this week's expo shows that they've become extremely useful devices. Can iOS still be fun?