Looking to do your taxes on a 3-inch screen this year? There is an app for that, the New York Times reports:
Intuit, the company that makes TurboTax software, introduced an application on Friday that lets users automatically fill out the 1040EZ, the most basic of the I.R.S. personal tax forms. Filers simply photograph their W-2 and the app does much of the rest.
Me? I’ll let an accountant handle my tax mess, but don’t let me keep you from dropping $15 to file through this app.
- TurboTax unveils mobile app to file taxes on your smartphone (usatoday.com)
- Intuit Unveils App for Filing Taxes From Your Phone (blogs.wsj.com)
- TurboTax takes iPhone filing nationwide (macworld.com)