Thomson Reuters has acquired Dr Tax, Canada’s largest independently owned developer of income tax software for accounting firms and consumers.

Financial terms of deal were not disclosed.

“Thomson Reuters has deep roots in Canada and decades of experience as a technology leader serving the tax and accounting profession. We’re excited to enter the tax and accounting software market in Canada – and we couldn’t ask for a better partner than Dr Tax,” says Jon Baron, president of the professional unit within the tax & accounting business of Thomson Reuters.

“Dr Tax has nearly a quarter century of experience in the Canadian tax sector, excellent customer relationships, and popular, easy-to-use applications,” Baron said. “Combining our strengths will bring real value to customers.”

Dr Tax is known in Canada for its DT MAX tax compliance software, used by more than 3,000 Canadian accounting firms, and for its UFile and ImpotExpert consumer software lines, which are sold online and through retail outlets. The company is headquartered in, and will continue to operate from, Montreal.

Thomson Reuters says it will retain Dr Tax’s product lines and facilities after the acquisition. “Customers should expect the same exemplary products they are accustomed to, managed by the same development team and supported by the same customer service team,” Baron says. “For Dr Tax customers, it will be business as usual.”