Turbo Tax (formerly Quick Tax) is available to tryout on-line for free. I have been using this software for the past 4 years and it is very user friendly.
Some things I like about TurboTax is that it imports your 2009 personal info and carry-over amounts from QuickTax, H&R Block® or UFile® to help you save time and ensure accuracy. It is also easy to follow and offers a lot of help and explanations about deductions.
TurboTax Standard Online Edition-Only $16.99per return + Free Trial
- You made RRSP contributions
- You donated to charity
- You'll claim significant education or medical expenses
- You have lots of deductions
TurboTax Premier Online Edition- Only $29.99 per return + Free Trial
- You sold stocks, bonds, mutual funds or employee stock options
- You own rental property
- You have capital gains or losses
- You're the beneficiary of an estate or trust
- Are a sole-proprietor, consultant or contract worker
- Earn income from a side job or self-employment
- File personal and business taxes together
- Want to find elusive business tax advantages
- You receive T-slips such as T4s and T4As
- You have tip income or pension income to claim
- You are not self-employed
- You do not have investment income
- You only receive standardized federal & provincial deductions
- You paid tuition during the 2010 tax year (you have a T2202A or TL11 slip), and
- Your household income does not exceed $20,000 gross (before taxes)
- Claim your deductions. Carry forward expenses from last year. Or transfer tuition credits to your parents.
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