The file extension TAX is associated with Intuit TurboTax and TaxExpert, which are software applications used for tax preparation and determining the value of automobiles. TurboTax is designed to help you prepare both federal and state tax returns for residents in the United States. TaxExpert is produced by the IBS Company and used in Czechoslovakia for determining the value of a car.
If the extension is related to Intuit TurboTax, the file is an accounting and financial file type that contains accounting database information, transactions, numerical data, mathematical calculations, and other data which is used for tax preparation. Intuit TurboTax is a popular tax preparation program used in the US by individuals and small businesses for preparing tax returns.
TAX file extensions created with TaxExpert are a database file type that contains data which is organized in a model for the purpose of analyzing car values. The files contain text, numerical data, mathematical calculations, objects, structures, relational information, and other elements typically used with database analysis.
How to Open TAX Files
The file extension TAX offers some flexibility in terms of being able to open the file with more than one application. For this reason, you can try double clicking on the file to see if it will automatically open in a default program you have installed on your PC.
If the TAX files are created with Intuit, you can use the Intuit TurboTax program to open the file. TurboTax Deluxe is compatible with both the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems and can be downloaded on the Intuit website. It is also possible to open this type of TAX file using Quicken, which is a personal finance and money management program provided by Intuit. A variety of other financial management programs may open TAX file extensions as well.
TAX files that are created with TaxExpert require you to have access to the TaxExpert program. TaxExpert is available on the IBS automotive website which will require translation to your native language in order to interpret the website. Since this type of TAX file extension is a database file type, you can also try converting it to another format using a file conversion program. There are a number of file conversion programs available as a free download on websites such as CNET which may convert TaxExpert files for you.
You can also use an online resource such as Zamzar which will perform free file conversion for you. Simply log onto the website, browse for the TAX file, choose the new format, enter your email address, and click on Convert. Within minutes you will receive the newly converted file in your email inbox.