Which? Software has developed its TaxCalc 2000 package to aid in the process of electronically filli...
Which? Software has developed its TaxCalc 2000 package to aid in the process of electronically filling out self-assessment tax returns.
TaxCalc 2000 has been tested with the Inland Revenue's system to ensure it is ready for online filing following the announcement by the Revenue that it will accept self-assessment tax returns directly over the internet this year at a £10 tax discount.
The updated software features a re-designed interface that allows users to enter their personal and financial details more easily than TaxCalc's earlier versions. The software will then calculate the user's tax liability for the 1999-2000 tax year and produces a tax summary so that users can see when payments are due and whether or not a rebate can be claimed. The remaining step is to print out the form, check it and sign it or send it directly to the Revenue over the internet.
In addition to calculating what tax is owed, it has an interactive section which allows users to enter 'what if' scenarios such as 'what if I received an extra £3,000 on my salary instead of having my company car?'. The system also includes a guide through some of the tax terminology. The software requires a supportive system of at least Windows 95 or better and requires memory of at least 16MB or more.
TaxCalc 2000 can be downloaded at www.taxcalc.com or direct from Which? Software on 0800 920140.
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