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Thread: Income Tax Programs for Linux?

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    Re: Income Tax Programs for Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by nardis_Miles1 View Post
    We are looking for a solution that imports data from, say gnucash, into either an online form, or a piece of locally running software. Am I dreaming?
    The company I work for tailormade their own software suite with a mix of bash scripts, php and other to get away from tax and sales software like quick tax and quick books.
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    Re: Income Tax Programs for Linux?

    I used "StudioTax" last couple of years. It's free. Done by some folks in Ottawa, Ontario eh.

    I tried under wins and can't get it to install. Gives a popup box with ERROR - command error. This is under Ubuntu 12:10.

    Don't care for M$. Would love to do everything under Linux and abolish M$.

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    Re: Income Tax Programs for Linux?

    Greetings,

    Quote Originally Posted by HermanAB View Post
    I have a Windows XP virtual machine on VMware that I start up once a year to do my taxes. It is just not worth breaking my head over something I use for two hours per year.
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    Re: Income Tax Programs for Linux?

    Hi all, very new to Linux and was wondering about my tax program as well. Have never used the online service, always the program on my PC. That might have to change this year....

    Has anyone here tried uFile in Wine? It apparently works.

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    Re: Income Tax Programs for Linux?

    Greetings,
    I finally used Tax Cut in Virtualbox. I bought the download Premier version for $17.95 + 7.95 to E-file the State. Fed E-file came free. I already have received both refunds via direct deposit. This is the best I have ever done on Tax Refunds. I had access to my W2's and 1099's via internet so I was ready to file. Nothing has to be mailed in this year.
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