“Educational” is a broad term. When it comes to mobile apps, there’s a diverse range of software that falls under the umbrella of education, with offerings encompassing both first and third-party developers. You could peruse the top educational offerings in any app store, but locating the best ones — and those that aren’t merely a fad — is more difficult than you think. Some are tailored for high-school students, some for soon-to-be college graduates, and others still, are more apt for those who provide an education or those who still pine for knowledge long after school lets out for summer.

If you’re specifically looking for more efficient ways to learn about what deductible and non-deductible tax is, there aren’t many apps out there that are especially designed to get this job done. But you shouldn’t be worried anymore, because we have found a tax educational tool that can provide you with hours of fun at the same time. The app is called Tax Fight, created by Accounting Play and launched on the App Store. It requires iOS 8.0 and it is designed for both iPhone and iPad.

What we really loved about Tax Fight is the fact that it can be used and played by taxpayers, students, and anyone else who wants to learn what deductible and non-deductible tax is. There are 10 levels for you to play through and each one of them offers different topics. You only have to choose whether the statements in the box you’re seeing are true or false and choose between the system and the taxpayer. If you win, you will earn higher scores and win amazing achievements that you can check on the main menu’s leaderboards. The starting levels go on about individual tax deductions, so as you play you will advance and be able to learn about business tax deductions, etc.

Let the system and the taxpayer fight in the ring while you learn and have fun at the same time. If you want to download Tax Fight, just click the link below and get it for free!

App Store Download Link: Tax Fight 

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