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Friends Provident adds TaxChecker tool to Web site

05 January 2004  |  2538 views  |  0 Friends Provident adds TaxChecker tool to Web site

UK life and pensions group Friends Provident has added Assured Solution Providers' self-assessment software, TaxChecker, to its Web site.

The software is part of Friends Provident's My TaxFriend service which guides users through self-assessment tax forms online. The company says the service makes calculations and highlights any mistakes and allows users to complete the process in less than 45 minutes.

Users can then choose to file tax returns to the Inland Revenue electronically, or send them to a tax expert who will review the form and highlight any changes that should be made.

Karen Burrell , e-business development manager, Friends Provident, says the service is a secure way for users to submit financial information to the Inland Revenue.

"Not only does the software let you file your self assessment return online, but also lets you do this with the peace of mind that the form has been filled in correctly," says Burrell.
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