Do You Want To File Taxes From Your Phone?

Intuit has released the latest version of its SnapTax mobile tax preparation app for iOS, along with the first version for Android. SnapTax is available as a free download for each platform, although you’ll have to pay $14.99 when you actually want to file your tax return. That price is good through March 25th, after which the fee will likely go up to $19.99.

Here’s how the apps work. You take a picture of your W-2 forms with your phone’s camera, answer some questions, and then preview and file your forms.

I highly recommend downloading the free app before spending any money though, as SnapTax is only designed for relatively simple returns. Read the rest of this entry »

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