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eTAX enables tax professionals to form queries by a number of user-defined keys, including account number, owner's name, location address, legal description; permits auditing of current or delinquent accounts, posting of payments, printing receipts, and compilation of end-of-day balances; provides detailed audit reports in spreadsheet form, plus entity-allocation and fund-distribution reports; incorporates escrow, split, installment, and partial-payment techniques for collection and accounting ease; utilizes cash, check and credit-card processing. Database Technology based on IBM DB2.

Is Tax Office Automation On Your Mind?

Whether you are a computer novice just beginning your journey through Tax Office automated solutions or an old pro looking to bring your office up-to-date, there are key issues in selecting an Automated Solution which require your insight, fore-thought and just plain "asking the right questions".

Consider Carefully

Through the years, experience has shown that if potential users solicit responses to a few key issues NOW, it could save much anguish and embarrassment (not to mention time and money) in the long run.

eTAX efficiently provides taxing authorities with the billing & collection tools necessary to assist in alleviating most of the labor intensive cost burden of maintaining and tracking the enormous amounts of data required to bill and collect ad valorem property taxes.

Multi-tasking Is No Problem

With or without the implementation of an optional (EAI) CACHE-MATE cash drawer component system and/or Bar Code/OCR wand, the system has the capability to easily handle multiple tasks at a single work station. The tax professional may inquire by a number of user defined keys including - account number, owner's name, location address, legal description, etc. He or she may audit current or delinquent accounts, post payments, print receipts, and run end-of-day balances, including detailed audit reports in spreadsheet form, and entity allocation and fund distribution reports. eTAX incorporates escrow, split, installment, and partial payment techniques for collection and accounting ease - utilizing cash, check, and credit card processing. The dynamic capabilities inherent in the tax collection system minimize much of the burden in the peak months of the taxing season - when it counts!

Never Get Lost

eTAX incorporates the latest in "pop-up" window technology. Through the use of specific function keys, pertinent information regarding a field's use, and content, is instantly at the tax professional's fingertips. If the user is unsure as to how a specific field interacts with eTAX, they simply press the <HELP> key. By pressing the <HELP> key, a description of the current field may be obtained, defining the type of information to input, and its interaction with the other field's.

If the tax professional's cursor is located in a "coding field" which interacts with a table, the user simply presses the <TABLE> key to display the contents of the applicable table. Once the table "pops-up" on the terminal, the user simply chooses from the available options. These added eTAX functions take the guess work - which has been the cause of many valuation errors in the past on comparable systems - away from the data entry session.

During a data entry or data audit session, the eTAX user has the flexibility to move among eTAX's screens in order to adequately define the host account. Each screen logically flows to the next, and all screens are accessible to each other with the simple touch of a function key.

Online Accessibility

eTax is an Internet-based system that enables state and local government taxing entities to collect property taxes via the Internet and provide Tax and Appraisal information online. Taxpayers have the ability to pay their current and delinquent taxes online by credit card and all payments are processed through our secure eNETPAY Payment Gateway. Taxpayers can search for and view property tax and appraisal information, as well as view and print their tax statement and appraisal notice. Database Technology based on IBM DB2.