Subscription Plans Pricing

By Mary Cooper

updated 17 days ago

Here’s what is covered in this article:

Upgrading from a Trial to a Paid Plan

Your one-month trial period starts the day you create your firm’s TaxDome account. During your trial period, you’ll be able to use all of TaxDome’s features and add any number of team members to your account.

Once your one-month trial period ends, you will need to purchase an annual subscription, also called a license, in order to continue using TaxDome. As a firm owner, you do not have the option of buying a monthly subscription. Each of your team members will also need to have their own separate subscription, or license, whether annual ($600) or monthly ($75), in order to access all of TaxDome’s features. The only difference between an annual and a monthly subscription is the price, and you have the option of choosing which type best suits each of your team members. Monthly subscriptions, for example, can be purchased when you have a temporary employee or you’re not ready to buy annual subscriptions for all of your team members. 

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To purchase your TaxDome subscription: 

  1. Navigate to Settings, select the Team & Plans tab, then click the UPGRADE ACCOUNT button. 

2. As a firm owner, you need at least one annual subscription, or license, to use TaxDome. Purchasing subscriptions for your team members, whether monthly or annual, will allow them to have access to all of TaxDome’s features rather than limited ones. Select the team members you also wish to upgrade. If you are not ready to upgrade some or all of your team members, you can return to this Teams & Plans tab later to purchase licences for them. 

3. Choose the preferable type of subscription for each team member by clicking on either the ANNUAL or MONTHLY button. 

4. Enter your credit card details.

How Your Subscription Cost Is Calculated

The date when your trial ends (sign-up date + one month) is your upgrade date. Regardless of when you add a user to your account, the company upgrade date stays the same. If you decide to upgrade before the end of the trial period, you will be activated on your upgrade date. 

Note: You will still get a free month if you purchase an annual subscription before your trial period ends. You don’t lose any free days.

Your annual subscription is valid for 365 days. During this period you can:

Adding a User in the Middle of Your Annual Subscription Cycle

The annual subscription cost for a new user is based on the number of days remaining until your upgrade date.

For example, if you are adding a team member to your account 60 days after your upgrade date, it will cost $600 * [(365 − 60) ÷ 365] = $502. The annual subscription for all users ends on your original upgrade date, no matter when you purchased annual subscriptions for your team members.

Upgrading a Monthly Subscription to an Annual One

The expiration date of a monthly subscription is displayed next to the user’s name. You cannot transfer monthly subscriptions between team members. 

However, you can upgrade a monthly subscription to an annual one at any time and save on cost. 

The annual subscription price for a user with an active monthly subscription is based on the number of days remaining in the paid month and the number of days remaining before your license-renewal date.

For example, if you are upgrading a team member 10 days before their monthly subscription ends and 180 days before your annual subscription ends, it will cost you $600 × (180 ÷ 365) − 75 × (10 ÷ 30) = $295.89 − $25 = $270.89. 

The upgrade cancels the monthly license, and the user is added to the firm’s annual subscription.

Since the monthly subscription is user-based, you can choose to upgrade all of your team members who have monthly licenses or only some of them.

  • To upgrade a specific user, navigate to Settings, select the Team & Plans tab, click on the ellipsis to the far right of the user’s name, click Upgrade to Annual Subscription, then confirm the upgrade.

  • To upgrade all team members with monthly subscriptions, navigate to Settings, select the Team & Plans tab, click Upgrade to Annual Subscription, then confirm the upgrade.

Transferring a License from One Team Member to Another

If you’ve changed your staff in the middle of a subscription cycle, there is no need to buy additional licences for the new team members. 

Follow this procedure:

  1. Deactivate a team member who is no longer an employee to free up an annual licence. 
  2. Add new a new team member to your account and use an available licence for them.

Note: Available annual licenses can also be used when you’re restoring team members who might have been previously deactivated. 

Subscription Renewal

Your annual subscription is automatically renewed after a one-year period on your subscription-renewal date. All users who are active on the upgrade date are renewed.

Monthly subscriptions are automatically renewed after each one-month period following the initial date of purchase. 

Reviewing Your Subscription

All information regarding your annual subscription is available in your Settings on the Team & Plans tab. Here’s what you’ll find there:

  • Purchased licenses: the total number of licenses you have purchased.
  • Active users: the number of team members currently active on your firm’s TaxDome account.
  • Available annual licenses: Once you’ve deactivate a team member, their annual subscription becomes available to any team member you add
  • Annual licenses expiration date: the day your trial or annual subscription ends.

Updating Your Payment Method

Your credit card details that are used to pay for your firm’s subscription are stored in our payment processor, Stripe. If you decide to buy additional licenses or renew your annual and/or monthly licences, you don’t have to enter the credit card information again. You can update your payment method at any time.

  1. Navigate to Settings, then go to the Team & Plans tab.
  2. Click the UPDATE PAYMENT METHOD button, then enter your credit card details.
  3. Click Save

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