Monday, 16 April 2012

UFile Tax Software Giveaway


Here's an opportunity for all the last minute tax filers to use UFile, one of the packages I rated highly recommended in my annual review last week. UFile has been one of the best packages ever since I started doing assessments several years ago.

Dr Tax, the makers of UFile, have supplied me with three codes for the online web version of UFile to give away to blog readers. With the code you can prepare your taxes for free, a value of $15.95 for an individual return, or $24.95 for a family (spouse and dependents).

This is how the giveaway works:
  • To enter submit a comment on this post below - though you don't have to, I'd be interested in your comments on tax prep software; use a unique name (Anonymous won't suffice!) so I can distinguish people
  • One entry per person please
  • Entries close Friday, April 20th midnight EST
  • I'll do a random draw of three (3) names from amongst the entries after the deadline
  • Winners will be announced on the blog and asked to contact me via email with their own email address so I can reply with the code to enter in the UFile software (your email will not be used for any other purpose than to contact you as a winner)
Best of luck and remember to file by the deadline of April 30th. UFile, like the other NETFILE certified packages, lets you do it online quickly and conveniently.

9 comments:

IG said...

I think I like UFile better than Quicktax Web.

Earl said...

Hope it helps me to pay less taxes!

Anonymous said...

Have used it for the past 2 years, a free code would be appreciated.

Be'en said...

I have been using this Software for quite a while..

Aidan said...

We have decided to do our own this year, and am very interested in easy do use, complete packages.

CanadianInvestor said...

The draw has been done. Congratulations to these three winners of the giveaway: IG, Aidan and Be'en. Please contact me via the "email me" link in the right hand sidebar and I will send you the code to enter to use UFile for free.

Anonymous said...

I used to like UFile, but this year it's missing my new business Industry code - and so won't allow netfile. I e-mailed them but did not yet get a response. It's going to be both costly and time-consuming to either buy something else or print/photocopy/mail the return.

CanadianInvestor said...

Anonymous re industry code - it's easy enough to go into the other top packages and see if theirs includes the right industry code for you. I don't know for absolute sure but I think the code is basically for statistical purposes and perhaps for CRA to use to cross-check validity of various expense claims. If it were that important to correct filing, CRA would make sure every certified package did it properly. Thus, I'd guess you could just use some general misc type industry code that comes closest to yours and go ahead anyway.

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