St. Petersburg, FL (PressExposure) February 09, 2009 -- GuessFreeTaxGuide.com offers a fresh approach to software reviews, tax news, helpful articles, tips, and links and quickly rocketed to the top of the major search engines when they officially launched their website last month.
In these harsh economic times, people need to know that there are free ways to file their taxes using tax software. In the alternative, if they do not qualify for the IRS's free filing, GuessFreeTaxGuide was established to take the guesswork out of sifting through the many choices in online tax preparation software programs.
Having already collected tax software reviews on the latest versions of the best selling tax return software, grading features such as user interface, navigation, ease of installation/sign-up, and support services, this fledgling website is garnering a lot of attention. Consumers are able to review the pros and cons of each software package, their respective prices, and determine which one is right for them.
"The average consumer is faced with increasingly more difficult tax return preparation each year as our laws change and the eligilibility for certain deductions becomes more confusing", states Tricia Abney, developer of GuessFreeTaxGuide.com. "Our site was developed knowing that the average American is reaching a point where they not only don't want to file by paper any longer, but it's just no longer feasible because it's become too complex. We're trying to take some of the 'guesswork' out of that equation."
Thanks to GuessFreeTaxGuide.com, consumers can now quickly and easily compare the Top 8 income tax software programs (including TaxActÂ©, TurboTaxÂ©, TaxBrainÂ®, TaxCutÂ® and CompleteTaxÂ®) against each other to find the most appropriate tax software to fit their needs.
In addition to the valuable reviews, the creators of GuessFreeTaxGuide.com have also loaded their site with articles related to tax filing such as finding hidden deductions and avoiding an audit. There are links to both State and Federal Tax forms as well as the latest tax news on any changes for 2008 returns and 2009 tax laws. GuessFreeTaxGuide.com has even added a blog and links to several valuable ebooks on saving money at tax time. There are additional resources for small business owners and even solutions for consumers who may be several years behind on filing their taxes.
Guess-Free Tax Guide was established to take the guesswork out of the average consumer's annual puzzle of which online tax software to use, what the "hidden deductions" are this year, how to save money in these troubling times, and just as important how to avoid an audit.