Tax season will quickly be coming to a close, which means that if you haven’t started filing your taxes you could probably use all the help you can get. Don’t worry, your pals here at lonelybrand have got you covered with 6 apps that will help make this and future tax seasons much easier to deal with.
TurboTax SnapTax – (Free for iPhone/iPad and Android) – Trying to file taxes on your own? Save yourself a lot of time and a lot of headaches by using the TurboTax app. The tax software that you’ve come to know and love is available for your iPhone, iPad and Android phone. And it’s FREE! How can you resist?
TaxCaster by TurboTax – (Free for iPhone/iPad and Android) – Planning on making a big purchase but waiting to see how much your tax refund will be before you do it? Give yourself an estimate with this handy little app by TurboTax. By filling in your information, TaxCaster will give you an idea of how much money you can expect in return.
H&R Block Mobile – (Free for iPhone/iPad and Android) – You’ve done battle with the dreaded tax troll and lost miserably. Now you need some major backup. The H&R Block Mobile app makes it easy to schedule an appointment with a tax advisor. Even better, once your taxes are filed, it even allows you to track your refund status.
Dictionary of Tax Terms – ($2.99 for iPhone/iPad) – It can be a nightmare trying to navigate through the world of taxes. Often those forms are filled with terms you only come across once a year. With the Dictionary of Tax Terms app, you’ll be able to quickly and easily find definitions for the most puzzling words in tax terminology.
MobiMileage Free – (Free for iPhone/iPad) – Do you have a job that requires you to travel a lot? MobiMileage makes it easy to track your mileage in a neat and easy-to-understand log. What’s more, the app allows you to export the log, making it easy to report when filing your taxes or asking for a reimbursement from your employer.
Ask A CPA – (Free for iPhone/iPad) – Let’s face it, tax forms can be extremely complicated and confusing. If you pride yourself on your ability to file taxes on your own, but still find yourself confused by new deductions, check out this helpful app. It allows you to ask questions about your taxes and if it can’t answer your question, it will put you in touch with a nearby CPA. Not bad for a free app, right?