QuickTax Platinum Download Review and Giveaway

With tax season ramping up, the online tax preparers are out in full force!  Last week, I reviewed the popular UFile, this week, it’s QuickTax Platinum, the download version.   QuickTax offered to giveaway 5 copies of QuickTax Platinum download version to Million Dollar Journey readers (value: $69.99 each).

What’s the difference between the download and online versions?  Basically, the download version sits on your PC and allows up to 8 returns per copy ($8.75 per return for Platinum).  Upon completing the forms, the software will NETFILE your return.

Why would someone choose the Platinum version over the Standard version?  The Platinum version offers everything Standard offers plus:

  • Enhanced guidance & tax-saving tips for investments
  • Tools to help you find deductions for your rental properties
  • Sales-tracking & reporting tools for capital gains & losses

How to Enter the Giveaway:

  1. Sign up for the Million Dollar Journey Newsletter by clicking here (+1 entry)
  2. Tell me when you typically file your taxes via the comments by clicking here (+1 entry)

The Rules

Lets go over some of the rules.  All contestant entries will be shoved into an electronic hat and drawn at random.  Since there are 5 prizes available, the odds of winning are relatively high.

  1. Only confirmed (new and existing) newsletter subscribers on the date of draw are eligible.
  2. Only 1 comment entry / person (please enter a valid email address).
  3. To be fair to all contestants, each winner can only win once.
  4. Only those who need to file a Canadian return can file with QuickTax Canada.
  5. Entries will end Sat 5pm EST Feb 27, 2010 and the winners announced shortly after!

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FT is the founder and editor of Million Dollar Journey (est. 2006). Through various financial strategies outlined on this site, he grew his net worth from $200,000 in 2006 to $1,000,000 by 2014. You can read more about him here.
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jim
11 years ago

file soon as i get info from my bankers

Jean-Francois Rene
11 years ago

I would like to try QuickTax

Aaron
11 years ago

Have been using Ufile the past 3 years.

Chris
11 years ago

The price is right.

Shannon S
11 years ago

I file as soon as all of my paperwork is in order

Andrea
11 years ago

Use ufile, and usually do it way too late

Doctor Stock
11 years ago

I plan during the year… and try to do my rrsp planning early on based on expectations.

Eric
11 years ago

Hey free copy! I usually file at the last possible moment. Partly out of procrastination, partly because when I’ve filed early in the past there was always one more tax form that came in late causing a re-assessment pain.

Al400
11 years ago

I start when I recieve all the information. But usually end up filing a week before the deadline.

Amparo
11 years ago

I normally file both my husband’s and mine a month before the deadline. It takes a while for me to a handle on the software so I have enough time to look into the information closely.