Intuit offers chance to win Lacerte or ProSeries for a year

Intuit is offering free Lacerte Tax or ProSeries Tax for one year, up to a retail value of $10,000, to two winners across the United States. Participants enter by registering for and watching one of two webinars featuring Intuit’s new Web-based products, ProLine Tax Research powered by BNA or ProLine Tax Import.

Intuit understands that tax professionals are in need of affordable resources that solve for the most critical tasks across the workflow. Intuit’s new ProLine Tax Research and ProLine Tax Import help tax professionals be more productive so they can focus on growing their practices, according to the company.
 
Tax professionals over the age of 18, are residents of the U.S., and complete and submit an online registration form and watch a live ProLine Tax Research or ProLine Tax Import webinar or on-demand webinar are eligible. Participants who attend both webinars will double their chances of winning.
                                   
Watch the ProLine Tax Research webinar to find out how Intuit is helping individuals save time by finding the right answers faster with Intuit’s tax research solution that is integrated into Lacerte and ProSeries. ProLine Tax Research uses easily-searchable BNA research content and attaches research results to tax returns.
 
Intuit’s ProLine Tax Import webinar demonstrates how individuals can save time by having their tax software import more, while they input less. This product enables users to import tax data from scanned source documents and financial institutions directly into their tax return.
                       
The entry period begins January 1, 2011, at 12 a.m. EST, and ends on January 31, 2011, at 11:59 p.m. EST. The grand prize drawing will take place on February 3, 2011.
 
Register for either the live or on-demand new product webinar at www.winfreelacerte.com or at www.winfreeproseries.com. Participants who register and attend either webinar will automatically receive one entry into the Sweepstakes.
 

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