OnePriceTaxes is a web app that will help U.S. wage earners file federal taxes on their PC.
Taxes are the kind of thing you shouldn't leave for later, as much as you might want to. OnePriceTaxes is a finance and budget tool that helps you get your tax returns ready in no time. OnePriceTaxes features all the tools you need to prepare both your basic and complex federal and state tax returns in-browser. Then you can choose to either e-file or print it the return out and manually send it in.
Taxes are not an easy topic, but OnePriceTaxes makes it easier on everyone with an online help page that includes articles on common tax topics, such as the Adoption Credit, Child Tax Credit and Tax Brackets.
OnePriceTaxes lets you prepare different sorts of tax returns (including 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ) and includes a series of special tools to help you obtain the highest refund possible.
In addition, OnePriceTaxes can help you handle itemized deductions, dependents, investments, retirement income and more. It can also help you determine how much you owe in back taxes if you're an independent contractor with a 1099-MISC return.
Unfortunately, there's no free option available for users, although you can try out the service for free before committing to pay and actually file your return. Other comparable services like TaxACT Online are a better deal though when it comes to affordability in filing your federal return.
It's also possible to file your state returns through OnePriceTaxes, inclusive of the fee you paid to file your federal taxes. This makes the service cheaper overall than most other online tax preparation web apps.
Note that OnePriceTaxes does not yet have support for all states. The following states are not supported for filing your 2011 federal tax return: Colorado, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maine, Massachussets, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Vermont and Wisconsin.
When you've completed both federal and state filing forms, OnePriceTaxes offers a guarantee that your service fee will be refunded if there is a miscalculation on your tax return.
OnePriceTaxes might cost more upfront, but is overall a good deal for users who want to file both federal and state taxes together, be it a basic or complex return.