DRS: Approved Third Party Software for Sales Tax Electronic Filing

Approved Third Party Software for Sales Tax Electronic Filing
The companies listed below offer the ability to file a sales and use taxes return using their own software.  We will add to this listing as other vendors become approved through testing.  These companies may be web-based companies, or traditional software development companies who produce a product that formats and transmits electronic returns.
 
Click on the linked logos below for more information.
 

Trustfile Sales and Use Tax e-filing and e-payment software is available for Connecticut. With an interface specifically designed for ease of use, Trustfile provides enhanced functionality, secure transmission, and free technical support.   

Software benefits include automatic form calculations, data import from virtually any spreadsheet, data archiving, and a helpful “Transmission Manager” that walks you through the process.

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{AVIOR Third party bulk filer}

AviorData Tax Compliance is a software product that automates the import, processing, and filing of sales & use taxes to local, county, state, and federal jurisdictions across the entire U.S. It reduces the complexity of the sales & use tax filing process generating signature-ready tax returns for distributors, suppliers, and other filers. Tax Compliance lowers operational costs and improves filing accuracy and reliability minimizing business and compliance risks.

Phone Number: (855) 550-9313
Web: www.aviordata.com
email:info@aviordata.com


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