OrrTax Offers Credit Option

OrrTax Software, the Washington state-based provider of tax services, including the popular IntelliTax service, is one of a handful of companies certified by the IRS to process credit card transactions for taxpayers.

Anticipating the approval for some time, the ability to process payments already is included in current versions of the software.

Orrtax is partnering with Official Payments Corporation (OPC, formerly US Audiotex), to process transactions on American Express, MasterCard and Discover. OPC has chosen the District of Columbia, Connecticut, California, New Jersey, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Illinois as its applicable states during the pilot service.

VISA is not part of the credit cards accepted because the company chose not to participate.

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