With the consolidation and contraction of the tax prep software industry over the past decade, the fewer players in the market have continued their efforts to grow organically, through purchases, and, in some cases, by marketing directly to the taxpayer-consumer.

In addition to all of the bells and whistles added to their individual programs to make them more competitive, the surviving companies have increasingly turned to integrated suites to meet practitioners' needs.

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