Simpler Software For More Tedious TaxesDean Foust
Still haven't used your personal computer to do your taxes? Consider then this recent bulletin from the Internal Revenue Service: Chances are you'll need at least a half hour more than last year to complete your return. Thanks to the complexities of the Clinton tax plan, the average time needed to prepare a fairly simple return consisting of Form 1040 and schedules covering itemized deductions, interest and dividend income, and capital gains will take roughly 13 1/2 hours.
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