Software - TAX SOFTWARE PUT TO THE TEST - The Journal of Accountancy, in cooperation with Brigham Young University, conducted an in-depth survey of readers who used tax software. The result: What users think of 11 products -- Their strengths and weaknesses -- Plus an analysis of how the recent spate of vendor acquisitions is affecting tax preparer professionals
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|Authors:||Romney, Marshall; Spilker, Brian; Worsham, Ron; Zarowin, Stanley|
Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 186.1998, 3, p. 22-42
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Prawitt, Douglas, (1997)
Technology-Tax - A SHOPPER'S GUIDE TO WEB-BASED TAX RESEARCH - Electronic tax research services are replacing the paper-based versions, giving practitioners an advantage over CPAs who still hover over volumes of tax law documents, court decisions and IRS pronouncements.
Worsham, Ron, (2003)
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