Why I recommend the eFax free trial

Despite the prevalence of email, faxing still plays a huge role in modern business. There are just certain time, such as when you need a signature on a document, that sending fax makes the most sense.

But that doesn’t mean that you have to use fax machines, as they have become quite cumbersome in my opinion. Moreover, fax machines use a lot of paper and are not very environmentally friendly in my opinion.

A much better option is to sign up with an internet fax service. The advantage of using such a service is that it allows you to handle virtually all of your faxing needs online, usually by interfacing with your email account. On the cheaper end, you can find services like smartfax and ureach, which offer fax services for as little as six dollars a month.

For businesses that need a more sophisticated solution, there is eFax. If you sign up for a service like eFax, you may end up paying a big more, but you will get so much more in return. With eFax, you can send faxes straight out of your email account. In addition, the company offers quite a few other benefits such as the ability to accept digital signatures online. Just imagine how much such a features can help you streamline your business processes. You can actually get an eFax free trial if you go to this link: http://freetrialspot.com/efax.php

Of course, you should not pick an internet fax service willy-nilly. I think it’s a much better idea to get a free trial and test out different fax services. In my case, I used an online promotion from FreeTrialSpot that allowed me to use eFax for 30 days free.  I liked the service so much that I became a member after the trial period was over. Nevertheless, using the trial allowed me to determine just why eFax was superior to the other, less expensive fax services out there.

Turbotax time

Yes, it’s tax season again. I just finished my return a few days ago. Sometimes it can take days to complete my tax returns, but this year, things went quite smoothly, and I was able to complete them online in just a day.

free trial softwareBack when I had no clue about taxes, I used to take my returns to H&R Block. I’m sure they did a great job, but it wasn’t exactly cheap. I was paying $300 each year, although my taxes were relatively straightforward (no investments, basically involving just the taxes for 1 job). This high cost made me begin exploring other ways to do my taxes. I did quite a bit of research and explored many options, from doing them myself to using software programs.

I eventually learned about Turbotax, a highly popular tax preparation software, and started using that for my taxes exclusively. It takes me 3 to 4 hours to complete, but that’s definitely worth it considering the amount of money I’m saving. There is a Turbotax free edition you can use at http://freebiebulletin.com/turbotax.php, but once you get started you might have to upgrade in order to continue filing your returns. The federal free edition also doesn’t cover state taxes. If you want to buy Turbotax for your state, that’s another $50.

All things considered, I’m pretty happy with Turbotax. You might want to try them out this tax season.