Purchasing tax software for one-time only use is pointless and unnecessarily expensive. Do your taxes online. QuickTaxWeb. You can file multiple T4 slips, and multiple individuals through this site (the same site I use to file my own taxes). If you must use installable software, TaxTron for Mac will do the job as well.
looks like quicktaxweb may be the ideal solution.
I'm far from being an expert with Macs, but I would think that during the past few years, there has been an increased shift from pc to mac users, hence why I would have expected Intuit to have an installable mac version.
I'll put my vote in for Ufile.ca. Been using them for the last 3 years for mine and my wife's returns. Used to be a QuickTax for Mac user, but got tired of their *****ty Mac support, and premium price for the Mac version.
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I have used ufile for a couple of years as well.
Works very well for me - great for students or low income individuals because below a certain annual income, it's free.
Otherwise the fee is very nominal - I'm sure a lot less than buying any tax software.