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TaxSlayer successfully completed more than 10 million state and federal e-filed tax returns in 2018 and processed $12 billion in refunds. TaxSlayer is highest rated for ease of use, speed of filing, best value and most trusted according to the 2017-18 American Online Tax Satisfaction Survey. Customers rate TaxSlayer’s TrustScore is an 8.5 out of 10 on Trustpilot. Given the nature of their business, having security built into its software is paramount.
In the tax preparation software industry, we deal with highly sensitive data for a large number of individuals. You can pretty much learn anything you want to know about an individual from their tax return. And because of that, we need to make sure the data stays completely secure, which starts with making sure the applications we’re developing are secure as well.
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