The College Investor Ranks the Top Tax Software of 2019

The College Investor has released their annual list of the best tax software. Along with ranking the best options for free tax software and more, there are new additions to the list including best virtual tax preparation service.

The College Investor Ranks the Top Tax Software of 2019
San Diego, CA, January 14, 2019 --( The College Investor, the top ranking website for those wishing to “get out of student loan debt, learn how to earn more money, understand how to start investing” with the ultimate goal of building “real wealth,” has come out with a comprehensive ranking the Best Tax Software Of 2019.

The College Investor lists the top tax software for free filers, homeowners, investors, side hustlers, small business owners, and more. Some new additions to the list of top tax software include the best options for early tax refund anticipation loans (which have been a popular topic due to the government shutdown), and the best virtual tax preparation services.

“With the tax season fast approaching, we felt it was our duty, as part of our mission, to compile a master list of the best tax software of 2019,” said Mr. Robert Farrington, America’s Millennial Money Expert® and America’s Student Loan Debt Expert™, and Founder of The College Investor.

“Taxpayers can now find all the available tax filing software options on The College Investor, and make an informed decision as to which tool would best suit their needs. Each software ranking is accompanied by a link to a thorough review for each of the available options, aiming to showcase the pros and cons of every software package. What’s more, we are also providing a link corresponding to each software’s website, so that readers can spring into action, and start the filing process, on the spot!”

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