The AccountingWEB 2005 Tax Calendar

The AccountingWEB 2005 Tax Calendar

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AccountingWEB has created an HTML version of the 2005 Tax Calendar that your firm can place on its Web site. This calendar offers you dynamic content and a valuable client service with little time or effort on your part.

AccountingWEB will provide you with the HTML code that you can use to imbed the calendar in the appropriate place on your firm's Web site. Visitors to your site can keep ahead of the monthly tax deadlines. You can easily add this calendar to your Web site for only $175 for the entire year!

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