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derek at pointerstop.ca
Mon Jan 26 13:46:36 UTC 2009
> Linda wrote:
>> Actually that also is not an option we are required by law to submit the
>> forms electronically. Lower volume users can call the information in but
>> we don't have that option.
> I don't know what corporations use to send their taxes electronically in
I don't know either, since my wife does the corporate returns, but we've
never had an issue. iirc, while they have to be electronic, they don't
actually require software outside a browser, and are cross-browser
compatible, but I may misremember...
> but I know home users can use web based tax software on Linux.
> The web based version of QuickTax is suppose to work on Linux. I have
> not tried it myself,
I do the personal returns, and have used QuickTax web on Linux.
> but when I complained to intuit for not supporting
> Linux in their software their response is that I can still use their web
> based service from Linux.
I've tried that route myself :-) I suppose I should be satisfied that there
is _something_ that works, but I'd rather have a real Linux QuickTax.
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