Which is the best automobile for someone to buy? Single person? Married couple with 15 kids? Construction worker that hauls a half ton of materials each day? One size doesn't fit all for a vehicle and it doesn't for a tax software either. Is the return so simple that it could easily be prepared manually or is it so complex that it would take forever and a day to do it manually? Depending on the complexity of the return, is it better to pay for a software package or to pay for a tax professional to prepare the return?
Or are you even talking about an accounting package instead of a tax package?
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ProConnect may be the cheapest choice, if this is all you are doing, but you SHOULD get an EFIN, which is required to e-file.
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Maybe I'm misinterpreting your post, but it seems like you are not a tax professional. If that is the case, I highly recommend having a tax professional prepare the tax return. In most cases, a tax-exempt organization tax return is not a do-it-yourself project.