Melissa Perenson is a freelance writer. She has reviewed the best tax software for Tom's Guide for several years, and has also tested out fax software, among other things. She spent more than a decade at PC World and TechHive, and she has freelanced for numerous publications including Computer Shopper, TechRadar and Consumers Digest.
When choosing the best tax software, it often comes down to two of the market behemoths — H&R Block vs TurboTax.
Here's when you need to file your tax returns, how to apply for an extension, and when you'll get your refund.
It’s tax season, and whether you prefer to do your own taxes or want some assistance, the best tax software can help you get your taxes filed to Uncle Sam.
Cash App Taxes lets anyone file free federal and state returns — including self-employed. But the service lacks strong guidance.
With a streamlined interface and manual input, FreeTaxUSA 2022 covers many tax situations, but don’t use it if you have a lot of questions.
TaxAct provides more guidance than ever, including live help with a tax pro at all tiers and specialty products for businesses and the self-employed.
TaxSlayer Classic covers all tax scenarios, but it’s not a good choice for crypto holders.
Intuit TurboTax Deluxe 2022’s hallmarks remain its extensive tax expert assistance and strong support for importing investments and cryptocurrency, but it comes at a higher price than ever before.
H&R Block Deluxe 2023 introduces multiple updates, and is a breath of fresh air with solid do-it-yourself tax prep services
Check out our full reviews of the best online fax services before picking one to securely and affordably transfer your documents.
Businesses that fax only occasionally but need to give multiple users access to the service will like Biscom 123's simple approach to online faxing.
While its HIPAA compliance targets specific industries, Sfax’s flexible interface and multiple user support makes it a good choice for businesses concerned more about compliance than cost.
True to its name, Simplifi provides a flexible approach to budgeting and a versatile view of your financial health.
We've tested the best budgeting apps to help you decide which one is right for you.
Good performance and a versatile design highlight this expensive Chromebook 2-in-1, which is capable of running Steam on Chrome.
The free version of EveryDollar isn’t the best for those making a budget, but the paid tier is worth the price.
Mint’s free service provides versatile tools for tracking your spending and income.
Personal Capital provides provides an at-a-glance view of your financial health, but its tools for budgeting and saving lack the depth and customization of competitors.
With a streamlined interface and the flexibility of unlinked accounts, YNAB can positively impact your wallet and your money mindset.
Credit Karma Tax 2020 lets anyone file free federal and state returns. But the service continues to lack strong guidance.
If you're looking to save a few dollars with your long-term faxing use, Nextiva's service gets the job done. But other services are easier to navigate.
There's a lot to like about RingCentral Fax, particularly its flexible features and strong support. But faxing gets lost in the shuffle here.
Efax Plus offers what you'll find at rival online fax services, but at a higher price that the competition soundly beats.