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3 Reasons to Sign Up for TaxJar Before Ringing in the New Year

by Mark Faggiano

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Sure, we think “anytime you need us” is the right time to sign up for TaxJar, but as it turns out, there are some better times to sign up for TaxJar than others. And, if you aren’t a TaxJar customer yet, right now is one of those times!

Here’s why:

1.) TaxJar is a Tax Write Off – If you had a good year and will owe money to Uncle Sam (congrats, by the way) then it’s worth it to try and mitigate your 2014 tax liability before 2015  rolls around. TaxJar is a business expense and a tax write off. If you plan on using us to get a handle on sales tax in 2015, check out one of our affordable annual plans and save 10%. Sign up now and you can write off the entire amount on your 2014 taxes.

2.) We’ll Free you From Sales Tax… But a Deadline Looms! –  Our AutoFile feature actually files your sales tax returns or you. We even pay the state! It’s the best way to truly let us take care of your sales tax obligations so you can get back to doing what you do best. And almost every online seller has at least one sales tax filing due in January. But to ensure that we can file your sales tax returns for you (and put those sales tax discounts for paying early back into your pocket!), you need to sign up for AutoFile by January 5, 2015.

So not only is signing up for TaxJar today a tax write off, it saves you hours dealing with filing and paying sales tax returns.

3.) Secure Some Peace of Mind – The holidays are supposed to be a time for peace on earth. (We hear all of you busy online sellers out there going “Yeah, right!”) How about some peace of mind, too?  TaxJar pulls in sales tax collected from all the channels where you sell, compiles your data into return-ready reports, and will even AutoFile your sales tax returns for you in every U.S. state. Sign up for a TaxJar today and put a lid on sales tax!

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