Top Tax Resources for 2012


We know time is precious during tax season, so take a few moments to make sure you’re not missing out on these tax resources from NSA and around the web:

1. NSA Tax Help Desk: Get expert answers to your Federal tax questions. If you are an Active and Associate member of NSA, don’t forget that you get 5 questions answered free.

2. Got tax questions? Get answers fast with NSA Tax Talk, a forum to exchange ideas and benefit from the experience, knowledge, and wisdom of your peers.

3. NSA/CCH Online Tax Center: Get tax news, updates, and information without searching multiple sources with access to daily tax news, articles, tax alerts, newsletters and expert commentary from 18 federal and state publications, housed in one place.

4. Tax Discounts: Save up to 30% on the Master Tax Guide and other CCH books and on Quickfinder; TheTaxBook; RIA, PPC, TaxScripts and more.

5. The NSA Practice Advisor Tax Season Survival Guide, filled with information and reviews of tax software, tips, research, resources, and more.

6. Online Resource Library: tax organizers, Financial guides; sample agreements; letters; client tax tools; forms and planners; articles; worksheets; sample engagement letters; disclosure language; and more.

7.  NSA 2011-2012 Income & Fees Survey: Compare your practice to others in terms of business mix, fees and compensation using this report.

8.    Free IRS E-news Subscriptions: pick and choose which items and topics areas you want to delivered to your inbox.

9. Need an IRS Form? Here’s a helpful list of Draft Tax Forms to bookmark in your browser

10. The IRS and….social media? Connect with the IRS on New Media for timely news and helpful tips for both you and your clients and lastly, don’t forget about the online Where’s My Refund tool.

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