TaxWise professional tax software has been one of the most popular software products in the tax industry, introduced by Wolters Kluwer; a company that supports professionals and offers solutions in several fields. Here is some brief information on the advantages and disadvantages of TaxWise.
In our TaxWise tax software reviews, we found that the software comes with a handful of attractive features; it comes with 60 bilingual forms, for EROs whose first language isn’t English, a ‘What If’ Mode, which emulates tax scenarios for tax pros to get an understanding of how the software works, as well as a Diagnostics Tool, which leaves no guess work for you to do. It points out what’s wrong and/or missing on a tax return and guides you through the process of fixing the errors. The company recently introduced a mobile app, which can be accessed via any device with a supported web browser.
TaxWise professional tax software falls behind in one important area; supporting signature pads and handheld scanners. In our TaxWise reviews, we found that the software develops at a rather slow pace compared to competitors.