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Halfpricesoft.com Has Ez1099 Software

No More Headaches Filing 1099 DIV, OID, INT With Ez1099 Software Says Halfpricesoft.com

Headache of forms 1098s and 1099s filing? Not this Year 2013 tax season. Ez1099 software from Halfpricesoft.com was designed with simplicity in mind, delivering an easy-to-use product that meets the needs of users and completing form preparation more efficiently and with less cost.

Ez1099 software can print recipient copies on white paper. It can fill the data on pre-printed forms for IRS copies. The new edition also support optional PDF printing and efile features for companies that want to go green by cutting back on documents printed on paper.

Ez1099 software assists in compiling, printing and e-filing many IRS forms including W2G, 1097BTC, 1098s (1098, 1098C, 1098E, 1098 T), 1099s (1099A, 1099B, 1099C, 1099CAP, 1099DIV, 1099G, 1099H, 1099INT, 1099LTC, 1099MISC, 1099OID, 1099PATR, 1099Q, 1099R, 1099S, 1099SA), 5498s(5498, 5498ESA, 5498SA), 8935, 3921, 3922, 1096.

“Writing out or typing out 1099 forms one at a time is exhausting and time consuming. Business owners and managers have better things to do with their time,” said Dr. Ge, founder of Halfpricesoft.com. “ez1099 lets users enter their data using the user-friendly interface and print and e-file all the forms they need at once.”

Available online for free trial at http://www.halfpricesoft.com/1099-software-free-download.asp for as little as $79 per installation (efile version is $139), ez1099 is engineered for the users who doesn’t have a background in accounting or computers. The interface is intuitive, user friendly and designed to get customers up and running without the huge learning curve and expense often associated with business software.

The software supports an unlimited number of companies, unlimited number of accounts and unlimited number of forms, making it ideal for accountants and multi-business entrepreneurs as well as individual businesses.

Key features of ez1099 software’s:

* Prepares and prints tax forms in minutes

* User-friendly interface design with point-and-click simplicity

* Supports unlimited number of accounts, unlimited number of forms, unlimited number of recipients and payers, and unlimited number of businesses

* Saves data for later use and modification — avoid re-entering the same data every year

* Quickly imports recipient data

* Automatically generates form 1096

* PDF feature (included in $139 version) saves paper, time and money

* Electronic filing capability (included in $139 version)

* Print on pre-printed red forms for Copy A or file electronically

* Print copy B, C, D, 1, 2 on standard paper using laser printer

The trial version is fully functional and there is no time limit to the trial offer. The trial version of ez1099 is limited only by printing a “Trial Image” watermark on printed forms. To unlock the software for printing actual 1099 forms, customers simply purchase a license key online athttp://www.halfpricesoft.com/1099-software-free-download.asp

About Halfpricesoft.com
Ez1099 software is developed and distributed by Louisville, Ky.-based Halfpricesoft.com. Committed to developing financial software for small businesses that is affordable and easy to use, the software firm also published the following additional software titles: ezW2, ezCheckPrinting, ezCheckPersonal, ACH deposit software and ezTimeSheet.

For More Information Please Contact:

halfpricesoft.com
3801 Springhurst Blvd, Ste 207 Louisville, KY 40241 USA
[email protected]
(866) 909-6448
http://www.halfpricesoft.com

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I work for halfpricesoft.com. Halfpricesoft.com is a leading provider of easy-to-use 1099, W2 and Payroll Software solutions for accountants and small to medium size businesses. And its small business software can save user both time and money. For more information, visit http://www.halfpricesoft.com

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