Most-Searched Tax Terms for the End of October Tax Season

Intuit has provided AccountingWEB with the tax terms that were most searched for as mid-year tax season winded down this fall. Interestingly, the terms and phrases most searched for with tax returns on extention were quite a bit different from the most popular terms searched in the spring filing season.

The word cloud below demonstrates the terms most searched from September 16 to October 16 in Intuit's Tax Research for Lacerte and ProSeries products. Most popular terms included:

  • Calcellation of debt
  • 1099-a
  • Eligible small busines
  • Section 179
  • Kiddie tax
  • Real estate professional
  • Bonus depreciation
  • Home forclosure (sic)
  • Form 982

Tax Research for Lacerte and ProSeries is powered by content from BNA and includes a Google search engine.

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