TaxDome Pricing FAQ

Not sure how the TaxDome pricing work, what are the price plans and how do they differ depending on your firm's size? Find out the answers in this guide. 
Covered here:
  1. How does TaxDome pricing work?
  2. How are my firm’s additional users priced if they are added later?
  3. Can clients access the portal after the primary subscription expires? 
  4. Why do you require at least one annual subscription?
  5. Are there any limitations on the number of users my firm can have, the use of TaxDome’s features, or the amount of storage space? Are there price tiers? Is there an “enterprise” plan?
  6. Can I suspend my TaxDome subscription?
  7. Does the price vary depending on how big or small my firm is? Do you negotiate? Does TaxDome offer discounts?
  8. Is TaxDome ever on sale?

1. How does TaxDome pricing work?

TaxDome has one price plan that includes all its features and an unlimited number of clients and storage space. 

The service is charged per user at your firm. One user = one subscription.

The primary user (the first) must be on an annual subscription. The costs for an annual subscription is $600 per year.

Additional users at your firm can be on either an annual ($600 per year) or monthly ($75 per month) subscription plan.

2. How are my firm’s additional users priced if they are added later?

All annual subscriptions are set on the same billing cycle; if an additional team member is added at your firm, their subscription price is prorated according to the primary subscription expiration date.

For example, if the primary subscription expires on January 1, and an additional annual user is added on February 1, you would be charged for 11 months of service (as all annual subscriptions renew on the original purchase date, in this case January 1).

Monthly subscriptions are set to auto-renew (unless canceled) 1 month from the date of purchase.

3. Can clients access the portal after the primary subscription expires?

In order for clients to access the portal, at least one subscription—in this case the primary subscription—must be paid for.

4. Why do you require at least one annual subscription?

Because the portal is used to securely store sensitive documents for both your firm and your clients; we aim to provide a reliable service to all. An annual subscription (a.k.a. a license) ensures that.

5. Are there any limitations on the number of users my firm can have, the use of TaxDome’s features, or the amount of storage? Are there price tiers? Is there an “enterprise” plan?

No. We like to keep things simple. 

Your firm does not have to set a limit on how many team members use TaxDome. Every subscription includes the full use of every feature. You’ll have all the storage space you need—and more. Plus, you can have an unlimited number of clients.

6. Can I suspend my TaxDome subscription?

A TaxDome subscription cannot be suspended and resumed at a later date. If you have seasonal team members, you might consider purchasing monthly subscriptions for them rather than annual ones.

7. Does the price vary depending on how big or small my firm is? Do you negotiate? Does TaxDome offer discounts?

We have only one price regardless of the size of your firm. We don’t think that people who are good at negotiating should pay less than those who aren’t. And we don’t see any reason why a big company should pay less than a small one.

As our company policy, we do not negotiate on pricing. This way, you know that you’ll always pay the same as everyone else, which happens to be the fairest and lowest price we can offer you. 

8. Is TaxDome ever on sale?

We don’t have sales. Tiffany &Co. has been in business for 175 years without ever having had a single sale. Like the classic jewelry brand, we aim to give you a great design and quality at a solid but reasonable price. We strive to give you the very best. 

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