If you are preparing a low volume of specific types of tax returns but still need high-quality, accurate professional tax software, then pay-per-return pricing may be right for you. This guide covers all you need to know about this pricing model to help you decide whether it’s the best option for you and your tax practice.
Most professional tax software providers have a pay-per-return pricing option that lets you pay as you go for each individual or business return you prepare. Many new tax practitioners, or practitioners with small practices, consider this the right option for them. Even if your tax practice does a high number of returns, you may consider a pay-per-return option if you are testing or switching to new software. This would allow you to move a limited number of clients over to the new software the first year as you become comfortable with the new tax software.
When preparing tax returns on a pay-per-return basis, you authorize payment for the return(s) you are processing when you authorize a tax return. With Intuit® ProConnect™ software, payments can be made via credit or debit card. Please note, charges may be subject to local and state sales tax.
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Pay-per-return pricing may not be the most cost-effective option for a firm that is filing a large number of returns on a software platform.
Visit the following links to find out more about pay-per-return pricing for our three core professional tax software options:
Do you want more assistance deciding if Intuit ProConnect offers a pay-per-return option that’s right for you? Contact our sales team to help determine which ProConnect products and packages give you the best cost efficiency at 1-877-682-4254.