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Tax codes can be a tricky area for developers to navigate. Luckily, plenty of technology firms have stepped up with APIs to help developers who want to create applications with tax services. In this article, we highlight 10 favorite Taxes APIs as determined by webpage traffic on ProgrammableWeb.
Automotive Titling Corporation (ATC), title and registration data solution provider, has launched its ATC Granular Fees (AGF) API. The API provides users the ability to calculate tax rates, taxable value calculations, local flat taxes, and registration fees at a granular level.
XCM announced the launch of a new API that retrieves audit data from XCMworkflow. XCMworkflow is XCM's accounting and tax productivity product. The new API adds to XCM's portfolio of more than 50 APIs that XCM users can use to integrate with XCMworkflow and XCMscheduler products.
Avalara announced a new onboarding API for Avalara MyLodgeTax, the a tax compliance solution for the lodging industry. The API allows rental homeowners to transfer their property information from participating vacation rental platforms into Avalara MyLodgeTax’s lodging tax compliance solution.
With more than 6,000 active applications making more than 1 billion API calls each month, Intuit has revealed that it is working on a new QuickBooks Online API. The new API, along with the new QuickBooks Online v4, will contain improvements based largely on feedback provided by Intuit's customers.
If you want any kind of credit these days, you’re going to get assessed by one of the private credit bureaus for credit worthiness. These bureaus rely on data from past and present creditors to evaluate your position. What they’re missing, however, is information from the IRS.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Augmented Reality, Open Data, and Education. Today's highlights include the Facebook Thoughts API that provides developer access to thought-to-text functions. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Many of Intuit’s APIs have been going a couple of years but their success has turned heads. Mark Boyd over at Vision Mobile sat down with Intuit’s Ketan Kittur, director of project management and partnership integrations, to understand how the company makes sure its third party devs are successful.
FedTax's TaxCloud, the internet's only free sales tax service, now integrates with Stripe. Stripe will be TaxCloud's initial partner for TaxCloud.js, TaxCloud's new sales tax management API. Stripe merchants can now easily comply with any sales tax law in the US, regardless of state, with no extra charge to merchants.
If you sell products, you probably know the tax rate for your state. But what about for all the other states you might be selling in? The Tax Data Systems API has that figured out. Using their API, you can insert their look up system into your software to incorporate the answers into the calculations for your customer's invoice.
ValueAppeal is a service to help U.S. homeowners appeal the assessed value of their home. Over-assessed property results in taxes that are higher than they should be. This means that homeowners may be over-paying their taxes by anywhere from $500 to $1,000 or more. I wouldn’t mind keeping an extra $1,000 of my money per year going forward and I bet the same goes for most of America. If you have a website focused on real estate (did anyone mention this to Zillow?) the ValueAppeal API could augment it with compelling information.