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[Ufile.ca] Ufile Online Cyber Monday Deal - Lowest Price of the Year

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Price:
15.95
Savings:
33%
Expiry:
December 16, 2019
Retailer:
Ufile.ca
More offers from Ufile.ca
Login to your UFile ONLINE account before December 16, 2019
and take advantage of our lowest price for tax year 2019.

Once you have all your tax information, simply return to UFile ONLINE
to prepare and NETFILE your completed tax return.

Starts at 15.95 for one person and up to 2 dependents, 23.95 for a family of up to 4.

I prepay for this deal every year and it's the lowest price for ufile online version.
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Looks like they raised their prices this year, last year I paid $21.95+tax and after discount for the family return.

This year they have two family return options and at 33% off they come to either $23.95 for the standard option or $27.95 for the premium.

I don’t remember seeing a premium option last year, includes chat, phone, and email support but weren’t those part of the standard option last year? It doesn’t make it clear if email and telephone support are part of the standard anymore.
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canada_dry wrote: Obligatory RFD comment: free https://www.studiotax.com/en/ filing!

I've stayed with it for over 10 years. Great software for tax time.
shimdachef wrote: I thought the obligatory comment is filing for free (pay what you want) with https://simpletax.ca/.
With StudioTax, there is a button to "pay what you want" too - if I remember correctly. I did so few years ago; and will likely do it again.

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DragOnT wrote: With StudioTax, there is a button to "pay what you want" too - if I remember correctly. I did so few years ago; and will likely do it again.

;)
I’m one of those people that previously paid a few hundred dollars for a financial advisor to do my simple taxes, so what I was I took my previous year submitted that I paid my financial guy for and I ran It though myself on ufile.ca, since you don’t have to pay unless you file.

I never looked back when I saw that my numbers matched what I previously paid the financial guy for.

I love having 10+ years of history available to be in ufile.ca, that’s my rational for not trying the free one that was mentioned.
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Rockstead wrote: I’m one of those people that previously paid a few hundred dollars for a financial advisor to do my simple taxes, so what I was I took my previous year submitted that I paid my financial guy for and I ran It though myself on ufile.ca, since you don’t have to pay unless you file.

I never looked back when I saw that my numbers matched what I previously paid the financial guy for.

I love having 10+ years of history available to be in ufile.ca, that’s my rational for not trying the free one that was mentioned.
Me too. My spouse and I are both self employed with a lot of expenses and capital cost allowances that Ufile.ca just keeps track of. Started it when the free versions were not available and for 20 bucks, not worth my time to re-enter and calculate all the data that Ufile does for me each year. I'm stuck with the online version because of this and that's why this is a deal for some, but not all.
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Rockstead wrote: I’m one of those people that previously paid a few hundred dollars for a financial advisor to do my simple taxes, so what I was I took my previous year submitted that I paid my financial guy for and I ran It though myself on ufile.ca, since you don’t have to pay unless you file.

I never looked back when I saw that my numbers matched what I previously paid the financial guy for.

I love having 10+ years of history available to be in ufile.ca, that’s my rational for not trying the free one that was mentioned.
What makes you even THINK that StudioTax will eliminate such possibility??? I have probably 6 or 7 years worth of my back taxes in StudioTax flavour since I ditched UFile.

Also, it is not "free". If you play fair, you should pay something. [I don't use them for "free".]
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shimdachef wrote: I thought the obligatory comment is filing for free (pay what you want) with https://simpletax.ca/.
Doing taxes online? Oh, my....
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Does simpletax calculate optimal choice to file child expenses depending on income from parents?

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