AccountingWEB Editor Authors New TurboTax Book

Click here to buy the bookThe Quicken Press, part of Osborne/McGraw-Hill, has recently published TurboTax Deluxe: The Official Guide, a resource for preparation of 2000 tax returns. This new book, written by AccountingWEB's managing editor, Gail Perry, is a companion to the TurboTax program, both in the PC software version and in the TurboTax For the Web version.

In addition to general guidance on using TurboTax, the book provides tips for saving money on tax deductions, long-range tax planning advice, worksheets for calculating the tax effects of claiming a home office, renting vs. leasing a car, setting up a Roth IRA, and much more.

Ms. Perry is a CPA, a tax columnist for The Indianapolis Star and the author of over a dozen books including Using QuickBooks and QuickBooks Pro, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Doing Your Income Taxes, TurboTax for Dummies, and Excel 2000 Answers!

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