TaxCaster: Tax Calculator

TaxCaster: Tax Calculator

By Intuit Inc.

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2009-12-18
  • Current Version: 9.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 20.64 MB
  • Developer: Intuit Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 17,594 Ratings

Description

From the makers of TurboTax, get a quick estimate of your 2017 refund, and even a forecast of 2018 based on the new tax reform laws! It's easy. Just enter some basic info and watch your refund add up. TaxCaster is always up to date with the latest tax laws. We have access to everything you need right here to help you understand how tax reform affects you. KEY FEATURES • Know your taxes: Use an estimate from TaxCaster to get a quick read on your taxes before you prepare your tax return. • Plan ahead: Run scenarios on life events like getting married, having a baby or buying a home. Adjust your paycheck withholdings so you take home more money or plan ahead so you pay less tax. • NEW: We’ve added the ability to forecast your 2018 tax refund based on the new tax reform bill. Simply enter in your 2017 tax inputs, and instantly see your 2017 estimated refund AND a forecast for 2018! • NEW: Navigation drawer that let’s you easily switch to other Intuit apps: TurboTax, Turbo℠, Mint and ItsDeductible. • NOTE: TaxCaster doesn't prepare your taxes. You can use it to estimate your taxes, and then use TurboTax to prepare and file your taxes. To learn how Intuit protects your privacy, please visit: https://security.intuit.com/privacy

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Reviews

  • Can’t Import Data from Last Year

    1
    By Wymanator
    I was hoping TurboTax could help me predict my tax obligation for 2018 based upon my (already filed with TurboTax) 2017 return. Not only does this app require me to re-enter all my info, it is oriented towards very simple returns.
  • Traditional IRA phaseout needs updated for 2017

    1
    By fuzzzymath
    Traditional IRA phaseout for married filing jointly with employer coverage needs to be updated from $98-118K (2016) to $99-119K (2017). Would also be helpful if max deduction was displayed when entering IRA contribution.
  • Fabulous app

    5
    By mvanarsd
    This is an excellent app. I wanted to find out my taxes would be for 2018 vs. 2017. Especially with the new tax reform. It is hard to believe, but it took me less than a few minutes to make the calculations . I highly recommend this app from intuit!
  • Excellent App

    5
    By willshrly
    I’ve used this app for years and I find it very useful in planning my taxes. The numbers are always very good estimates. In one occasion, regarding 2018 changes, they immediately responded to my email and provided an excellent explanation. I am a satisfied customer.
  • Super Accurate!

    5
    By Киза
    Great design! Easy to use!
  • Not accepting more than 9999$

    1
    By Killercops
    The app won’t let you input an amount that is more than 9999$. Need to fix this bug.
  • Buggy text entry

    1
    By alterwalter84
    Won’t let me type all numbers. Any field is limited to only 1 character, so just “2” for “200”. First, deleted and reinstalled, but the problem persists. Hope it’s an isolated incident.
  • App is Inaccurate

    1
    By PizzaChef91614
    Pretty disappointed this year, I used this to get an estimate on my refund.. and then used turbo tax to file my taxes and I’m getting over 2k less than what this app estimated.. I don’t expect it to be 100% accurate but over a 2 grand difference from their estimate to them doing my taxes is absurd
  • Not the same?

    2
    By scubadude1105
    I've used this app every year for my taxes. This year I have a lot less options to utilize when it comes to deductions and what not. I have never owed taxes in nearly 20 years and usually get a few grand back every year. This year it said I owe? How is that possible when very little has changed?
  • Great app - Nice update - But...

    4
    By TooTallThor
    The student loan interest as a deduction, under tax breaks, is hard to find in the app. It’s found under “are you or your child IN first 4 years of college.” If you’re paying interest on student loans then you’re not in your first four years of school. Very confusing. Please move to its own heading under tax breaks. Thank you. Edit: Wow! Devs listened and moved the student loan interest to its own heading! Superb customer communication- well done.

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