Orrtax Takes Over TaxSaver from Microsoft

More news to report on Microsoft's transition for its TaxSaver product.

AccountingWeb reported a story late last week that Microsoft had ceased offering its TaxSaver software and signed a deal with H&R Block.

Now, according to published reports, Orrtax will pick up the ball for Microsoft. Orrtax has acquired the license to TaxSaver and plans to integrate it into IntelliTax, its own tax preparation product.

Orrtax also plans to offer the staff who developed TaxSaver jobs within its own organization.

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