New IRS 1999 Tax CD-ROM Available

The IRS has made a decision regarding its 1999 tax products CD-ROM, and awarded National Technical Information Service (NTIS) the contract.

The CD-ROM contains current and prior year tax products, Service Bulletins, Market Segment Specialization Program Audit Technique Guides, as well as IRS e-file and Earned Income Tax Credit information.

This year's CD also will contain the latest version of Adobe Acrobat fill-in software (version 4.0) along with built-in software for browsing, bookmarking and linking Taxpayer Information Publications.

The first release is scheduled to ship in late December. You can order the official version of the Tax Products CD-ROM at this Web site URL.

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