AccountingWEB Unveils Tax Resource - - TaxZONE
AccountingWEB.com is scheduled to unveil its free resource area on February 1, 2001. The TaxZONE was created to assist accountants through the tax season ahead. The TaxZONE offers a variety of information including articles, links, tools, resources, tips and guidelines to help AccountingWEB users successfully navigate their way through tax season more effectively and more profitably.
“The ongoing goal of AccountingWEB, Inc. is to enrich, enlighten, inform and educate,” says Michael Platt, CEO of AccountingWEB, Inc. “This new feature will provide our members easy access to timely information and tools to help them deliver a more profitable and valuable service to their clients. Our TaxZONE service is designed to keep our members focused, by giving them the tools and resources that they will need daily to be more successful.”
The AccountingWEB TaxZONE will be updated daily to reflect the ever-changing array of resources accessible to members. This area will also provide members with downloadable forms, comprehensive links, online calculators, tax preparation tips, and much more.
AccountingWEB was launched in August 1999 by a team headed by Michael Platt, who was named in 2000 as one of the "Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting" by Accounting Today Magazine. AccountingWEB offers a free membership and delivers accounting news, training, tips, resources, tools and ideas to ensure its members' success. It is AccountingWEB's ongoing goal to educate its members on the many benefits of using Internet technology in order to achieve their goals as well as their clients’ goals.
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