Tax Season Planning

The National Public Accountant, January 2005 | Go to article overview
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Tax Season Planning


Now is the time to plan for the 2004 Tax Year. NSA members save money when they order either the print or CD versions of the 1040 Quickfinder Handbook incorporating new and future changes from the 2003 Tax Act; the Small Business Quickfinder Handbook containing Forms 1065, 1120, 1120S, 1041, 706, 709 and 990; the All States Quickfinder Handbook; and the new Tax Planning for Individuals Quickfinder Handbook: Income, Estate and Gift Tax Planning for Individuals. Another new product this year is the Quickfinders monthly Tax Tips Newsletter. Priced at $49 for a one-year subscription, it contains briefings on important tax developments, quick tax tips and Q & As based on actual customer questions. This year you also can earn CPE credits for self-study courses based on the material in the 1040, Small Business, and Tax Planning for Individuals.

To order any of the Quickfinder products, call NSA at 800-966-6679, download the order form from the bookstore on NSA's website (www.nsacct.org) or call Quickfinder at 800-510-8997. Remember to give the NSA discount code Q690.

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