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Come Visit Us!

We are attending several shows this year, please stop by to say hello! If you stop by our booth we will enter your name into a drawing for a $50 Visa Gift Card. If you bring a friend to introduce to Taxware, you will receive a second entry for the drawing. We will have one drawing […]

We are hiring!

Bilingual (Spanish-English) Software Sales Representative (Start Date: June 2018) Taxware Systems, Inc. is a Tax and Accounting Software Development Company located in the Inland Empire that has been in business since 1979. We develop and sell tax preparation and accounting software in a business to business market. We are experiencing excellent growth with the Latino […]

Congratulations on a successful tax season!

Congratulations! You made it! The high pressure of an even more compact tax season has come to an end. All of us at Taxware Systems congratulate you on making it through and hopefully having a great tax season. The IRS made it interesting at the end with their servers going down on the last day […]

Client Comparison and Batch Extensions

Toward the end of tax season, we field some telephone calls helping clients transmit extension form 4868 for their clients. When the telephone call is about finished the client will make a comment something along the lines of “thanks, one down 40 to go!”. It’s about that time Taxware customer support becomes their best friend […]

Step-by-Step Instructions for Using the IRS Withholding Calculator

The IRS encourages everyone to use the Withholding Calculator to perform a quick “paycheck checkup.”  This is even more important this year because of recent tax law changes. Results from the calculator will include a recommendation of whether or not users should consider submitting a new Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, to their employers. Before beginning, […]

Take the Mystery Out of Your Client’s Future Tax Return

Tax Planning Tutorial Some of the most common questions we are fielding this year are regarding the “The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017“ and how it affects the taxpayers taxes. It’s totally understandable as people are either excited or concerned about the unknown. To help you be able to answer some of these questions, […]

Taxpayers with Expired ITINs Should Renew Now

Taxpayers with Expired ITINs Should Renew Them Now to File Their 2017 Taxes Taxpayers with an expired Individual Taxpayer Identification Number should renew it as soon as possible if they need to file a 2017 tax return. They can renew it by submitting a Form W-7. Tax returns with expired ITINs will face delays. Affected […]

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017

By King T. Dalton, CPA and Founder of Taxware Systems, Inc. This is a preliminary analysis of the new tax act that will affect 2018 tax returns, and is based on my understanding of the new law, which may need further clarification. The analysis is not intended to be complete, but to provide a guide […]

Remotely Signing the 8879

The IRS requires that an 8879 be signed by the taxpayer before the 1040 can be efiled. Usually this would be a physical signature in person, but there are ways to do this without the taxpayer stepping foot into your office. A great solution for remotely signing an 8879 is the Adobe Acrobat program. This […]