What key words are tax accountants searching for?
by AccountingWEB on
Intuit, the makers of, among other software, ProLine Tax Research, has agreed to share with our readers the most-sought-after tax research terms that accountants are searching for this busy season. Rather than presenting a boring bullet-pointed list in black-and-white, Intuit has cleverly brightened up the search array with this colorful tag sheet.
You probably know how these tags work, but for the uninitiated, the bigger the word, the more times people searched for it. Here it is - the most searched terms in ProLine Tax Research for the week of January 20-26, 2011:
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