Which software architecture is the best for filing taxes?
According to the latest survey, the average taxpayer has to file their taxes using at least 10 different software architectures.
The survey, released by the Tax Foundation in conjunction with The New York Times, is designed to shed light on the differences between the different tax filing systems.
The software architecture that is best for taxpayers to use is based on a review of the current software market.
The tax filing software market is dominated by two main players: Oracle and Microsoft.
The Tax Foundation says that Microsoft has the largest market share of the software tax filing platforms, followed by Oracle.
“Microsoft is also the dominant software vendor for the most important tax preparation software applications,” the Tax Foundations report says.
Oracle is a different beast, with a relatively small market share.
But the TaxFounders’ report claims that Oracle has the best software for filing the federal income tax.
The two major tax preparation applications, TurboTax and TurboTax Plus, have a strong and growing market share, but both companies struggle with the complexity of the tax filing process.
In the new survey, The TaxFoundators also looked at the tax preparation and tax-preparing software of several other companies.
“The survey found that a large portion of the revenue generated by tax planning comes from the software, rather than the money generated from taxpayers,” said Doug Gorton, a senior fellow at the Tax Center.
“Taxpayers don’t pay taxes for the software they use, but rather for the taxes they generate.”
Microsoft’s software tax preparation platform is the only one that has a significant market share in the software business.
But many of the major tax-planning software companies also sell tax preparation products.
Taxpayers should check out software tax preparers TurboTax, TurboPrep, TurboFinder, TurboSeller, and TurboPrep for more information.