Are you switching to UFile?

I’ll be posting a review on my experience with UFile Standard 2007 this weekend. I posted my reasons for switching to UFile from QuickTax earlier this week. One of my favourite blogs, Canadian Capitalist, posted a UFile 2007 Quick Review last weekend. I’m really interested in how many people are thinking about making this switch?

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Your two cents:

  1. Barry January 13th, 2008

    Try Studiotax. It’s 100% free.

  2. Kerry January 14th, 2008

    Barry: I think I will download and try StudioTax. Thanks for the tip!

  3. T Singh March 9th, 2008

    I switched to Ufile after 10 years using Quicktax and while not slick as Quicktax offered an easy import facility and a much friendlier Netfile interaction than Quicktax. It’s great for families as it lets you maximize deductions by picking the most advantageous taxpayer to take a deduction. Finally it’s ability to do pension splitting is great and let us get back a few hundred dollars more than I expected.

  4. Ken April 28th, 2008

    Switched to Ufile this year after many years of Quicktax because of cost and restrictions. It is not as easy to use as Quicktax but after getting used to it I was able to import and file six returns for about $20. One feature it has that Quicktax does not is pension income splitting. In Quicktax it is a hunt and peck method. In Ufile the program maximizes the amount to split automatically. I would use it again.

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