Orange Tax Suite

Orange Tax Suite Pro provides a sophisticated tax program that is completely hosted, so you can log in and work wherever you have Internet.  It works with any operating system, and does not require the assistance of a tech department.  Orange Tax Suite Pro gives you the flexibility to grow your firm to any size without complications.  The Beta version will be available by mid-December so you can be ready to roll long before tax season begins.

Who is the best client for Orange Tax Suite Pro? 

"Since our platform is fully online, we target tech-savvy, mobile tax preparers of any size," says Chief Business Development Officer, Gabriel Lau.  "Our ideal customer is someone who wants the freedom to work with clients anywhere at all."

"There are some conveniences that are inherent with online programs," adds Lau. "No need to stop what you are doing to update, or wait to coordinate with an installed program. You log in and you're there. You don't have to make sure you are synchronized. For firms with multiple preparers it's easy to share returns or client information. Networking isn't an issue, since, if you have an Internet connection you can open any client that is available to you... or you can limit access to a client. Our new client portals allow you and clients to interact with each other on a secure Web site that replaces the need for time-consuming face-to-face meetings."

Orange Tax Suite Pro runs best with Mozilla's Firefox browser, which is free, but also works with Internet Explorer.

  • Orange Tax Pro Suite is a certified e-file provider. That means users can do unlimited e-filing at no extra charge, without involving third parties.
  • Unlimited state returns can also be prepared without extra charge.
  • Data entry is made easier with color-coded fields, for example fields that allow entry are blue, whereas fields that will calculate automatically are green.
  • Forms are accessible from the left-hand sidebar or from the Quickfinder feature.
  • When entering data, users can hover over a field and see the options, such as R, which traces the source forms and opens them upon command.
  • By choosing "O" the user can easily override the calculated value.
  • Data can be uploaded from Excel
  • Orange Tax Suite Pro includes client organizers that can be sent to clients in PDF form.
  • For the coming tax season client portals have been added.
  • Orange Tax Suite Pro uses 128 bit encryption for security, the same protocols used by the IRS.
  • Redundant backups make for zero data loss, so even if the user's system crashes, their work is still saved.
  • Orange Tax Suite Pro enables instant messaging from within the program to allow ease of communication with the user's team.
  • Live customer support by call or e-mail., available 24/7, also FAQ and user forums are available to answer questions.

Orange Tax Suite Pro runs best with Mozilla's Firefox browser, which is free, but also works with Internet Explorer. 

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