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A Review of TaxWise Tax Software
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A Review of Drake Professional Tax Software
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CrossLink Professional Tax Software Reviews and Ratings
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How Healthy is Your Tax Office?
The health of your tax office is ultimately and quite obviously your ability to maintain and grow your client-base. As a tax professional, you know the importance of constantly building a strong book of business by providing the best possible services and solutions to your clients.[…]

Compare Professional Tax Software Before Tax Season Begins!
As a tax professional, you know the importance of constantly building a strong book of business by providing the best possible services and solutions to your clients. Going through tax season with the professional tax software that supports your services while offering the right solutions can make all the difference in that aspect.[…]

  • Tax Laws and Updates to Know Before the 2020 Filing Season

    Tax season is almost upon us! Have you read up on the new laws and changes that will affect clients? Here are some things to know going into the season. Further Consolidated Appropriations Act In order to avoid a government shutdown, the President signed the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, which passed some extenders, repealed three

  • Beginning of the Year Checklist for Tax Entrepreneurs

    The beginning of the year for every entrepreneur signals a fresh start. New beginnings, new goals, resolutions, habit changes… And of course, a long list of tasks. For tax professionals, the beginning of the year is a frantic one as you are now counting down the days to the start of the season. Set goals

  • Prep Tax Clients with these Great Resources from the IRS

    Happy New Year! It’s January 2020. Have you been prepping your clients for the upcoming tax season? Good the news. The IRS has some great resources that you can use to get in front of clients to get them prepped and ready for their tax appointment – and to help you talk to them about

  • Top Christmas Gifts for the Tax Preparer in Your Life

    Wondering what to gift the favorite tax preparer in your life? Need a good guide to share with your family as a *hint hint* *nudge nudge* for last minute gift ideas? Not even sure what YOU want for Christmas? we’ve got you covered! The gift of relaxation Whether it’s a trip to a local salon,

  • Tax Marketing Strategies to Try in 2020

    If you haven’t already started developing your marketing plan for 2020, now’s the time! Another tax season is almost upon us and just like last year, you’re going to have a lot of confused taxpayers on your hands with big competition from online tax software companies. What can you do differently this year to get

  • The Benefits of Cloud Computing

    Did you know that support for Windows 7 will be expiring on January 14th, 2020? That means, if you haven’t already, now is the time to embrace Cloud Computing and make the inevitable transition instead of buying more hardware.  What Is Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing is not as fancy as it sounds. It’s simply computing

  • How People with Disabilities Can Use Technology to Aid Their Careers

    This is a guest blog post submitted by Patrick Young at AbleUSA.info. We get students from all walks of life who are looking to start their careers in the tax industry. We thought this post would be fitting for those with disabilities who are currently looking for a job, or looking for technology that can

  • Celebrating Tax Entrepreneurs

    November 19th was National Entrepreneur Day and this week happens to be Global Entrepreneurship Week. Why celebrate entrepreneurs? Because they are the heart and soul of this country. Entrepreneurs are responsible for some of the most innovative ideas and products. They constantly challenge the status quo and more often than not, give back to their

  • Feeling Thankful

    In the hustle and bustle of daily life, how many times you’ve stopped to think about the things you are thankful for – or should be thankful for? Thanksgiving is the one day in the year that is specifically created for us to reflect on all the things we are thankful for, and all the

  • 5 Reasons Veterans Make Great Tax Preparers

    There’s nothing more honorable than serving your country. Our Veterans should be honored and revered as heroes. Unfortunately, once their service is over, many veterans find it hard to translate their skills to careers. Here’s the thing. What you learn in service to our country is applicable to lots of industries. And veterans don’t just

  • Are Tax Bank Products the Right Fit for You and Your Clients?

    Did you know that, according to the FDIC, over six percent of American households did not have or use a bank? And that nearly nineteen percent more are considered “underbanked?” (Underbanked people have a checking or savings account but also use financial products and services from outside the banking system, like prepaid cards and check

  • ‘Tis the Season to Market Your Tax Business

    The summer is over and fall is here. For a lot of B2B businesses, the holiday season is uneventfully slow. For tax professionals, the extension deadline is over and it’s time to look towards the opening of the next tax season. While it’s not tax season yet, and you may not have clients coming through