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#1 taxxcpa

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Posted 04 August 2010 - 05:42 PM

> Here is ATX's new offer: (probably is for new customers only)
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> > Dear Tax Professional,
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> > Your time is too valuable to waste. So here's our offer:
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> > ATX MAX®-with more than 10,000 federal, state and local tax forms-for only $699.
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> > That's nearly 40% off the regular price of $1,154, which means the best value in the tax industry just got twice as good.

#2 grandmabee

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Posted 04 August 2010 - 07:25 PM

> Here is ATX's new offer: (probably is for new customers only)
> >
> > Dear Tax Professional,
> >
> > Your time is too valuable to waste. So here's our offer:
> >
> > ATX MAX®-with more than 10,000 federal, state and local tax forms-for only $699.
> >
> > That's nearly 40% off the regular price of $1,154, which means the best value in the tax industry just got twice as good.

it is only for new ! darn !

#3 OldJack

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Posted 04 August 2010 - 08:43 PM

Sure makes loyal customers feel good!

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Posted 04 August 2010 - 08:48 PM

Sure makes loyal customers feel good!




But the first-year "loss leader" approach is certainly used in many industries. Do you think we can get Ally Bank to write tax software?
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Posted 04 August 2010 - 10:55 PM

>>the first-year "loss leader" approach is certainly used in many industries<<

So are Loyalty Awards. Well, anyway it makes ATX look desperate, so I'm not about to invest in a switch even though my software (ProSeries) gave me nothing again this year.

#6 taxxcpa

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Posted 05 August 2010 - 07:25 AM

New customer offers. I used to send out discount offers for "new clients only."
The problems I see with ATX is that its once-excellent customer support ended when the company sold out to the present owners. The other problem is that it works very slow compared to non-worksheet programs.
ATX has many more forms than other software such as Drake, but Drake has the best customer support in the business. Just don't criticize them too much on their forum or they will ban you.




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