Some online options for filing Canadian income taxes include using the TurboTax, H&R Block, EachTax and SimpleTax websites. These free or paid tools walk users through filling out their tax forms and allow them to submit the forms electronically to NetFile, the Canadian e-filing service, notes CBCNews.com.Continue Reading
As of 2015, the TurboTax website offers a free option for users to file their income-only returns in Canada along with paid options for families, property owners and small business owners. Users can also get access to tax professionals online or by phone for a fee (for some plans) or included with the plan cost. TurboTax also features error-checking tools for filers.
H&R Block offers online tax software that uses a combination of user-entered data and a live interview with a tax professional to help Canadians file their taxes, notes H&R Block's website. The tool is suitable for a variety of tax situations, uses a checklist to help users through the filing process and offers several checking tools for verification.
Two other options are EachTax and SimpleTax. EachTax has a free option with charges per return, while SimpleTax costs no fee at all but does accept donations, states CBCNews.com. Those who need to file Quebec provincial returns can't use these two options, however.Learn more about Taxes