Returning UFile 2007 – Trying StudioTax

I don’t like returning stuff. After careful consideration though I’ve decided to send back UFile 2007. My main beef with the application is the poor handling of medical expenses.

Since I have carry forward medical expenses from 2006, I need to calculate the best 12 month period ending in 2007. UFile just doesn’t handle this calculation! YIKES. My other half has offered to create an Excel spreadsheet for this calculation…but I feel strongly that my tax software should be able to handle this otherwise mind numbing activity.

I’ve decided to give StudioTax a try.

Just a note to prospective StudioTax users:

  • StudioTax requires the Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework (25 megs) to run.
  • The StudioTax wizard will prompt you to install .NET if it is not already installed on your computer.

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Your two cents:

  1. Barry January 18th, 2008

    I am interested to hear how Studiotax did in relation to med expense calculations.

    I suspect it will not do much.. but it would be nice to know one way or the other.

  2. fox January 21st, 2008

    Barry: Sorry for the delay! I have been away on a forced birthday vacation! I am working on StudioTax now. I’ve actually mentioned StudioTax to a few of my friends…and they have all been very happy with it. So far so good!

  3. Jack January 24th, 2008

    You guys should also try AceTax. They are priced much lower than the other guys and worked better than the big guys. Starts only at $6.99.
    http://www.fredsoft.ca/acetax

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