Software Satisfaction Awards 09: Race for the tax prize

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The 2009 Software Satisfaction Awards give accountants the chance to assess how well their applications have made the transition to electronic filing and the new style of tax forms. John Stokdyk reports.

Change is a constant in the world of tax, and the software houses supporting the industry have poured millions of pounds into developing new software architectures and functions for their programs - in many cases to meet the shifting goals set out by HMRC.

Following feedback from the 2007 awards, Tax was accorded its own category in 2008, which was won by TaxCalc, the small firm/consumer application originally developed by Which? and subsequently taken on by Intuit. Under new ownership, TaxCalc has prospered. Other "best of breed" programs have performed well in the awards, includin...

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