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Our Revised Website And Return of the BLOG

Posted by Mark B Lackie CPA Posted on Jan 30 2014
First off, the BLOG is back. Under our old website, the BLOG became impossible to manage as it technically set an individual email to each subscriber. When I hit the "Publish" button, it would take up to an hour to process all of the emails. Hopefully, this one will be much easier to maintain. 

I was also surprised by how many people actually missed it. I heard lots of comments like "I no longer get your BLOG".   Our new website has it built right in. Now excuse the dust for a few tries while we make the BLOG look "prettier". If you enjoy the BLOG entries, please let me know.  

And now on to our new website. Our website has gone through a major revision. We had to make a quick change as our provider informed us that they were ceasing operations in the near future. So, we shopped around and found one that links with our online system we already use. We were able to bring all of the content from the old website over and we will be rotating some of the pages in and out to keep it fresh.  In addition, we have partnered with Thomson Reuters to provide you with a variety of tax tools and newsletters for your use.

One feature that will be useful (even if you are not my client) is the ability to check your tax refund. The HOME page has a link to the IRS website for you to track the status of your refund.  The LINKS page has links to the various states so you can check those as well.

We invite you to check out the GLOSSARY page for a variety of definitions used in accounting, taxes, business, real estate and financial markets. 

I know a popular page will be the Retention Guide on how long you need to keep your tax records.

If you are an existing client, we would appreciate it if you would write a testimonial for us to post. 

We also have news feeds from major news outlets so you can keep up to date on current events.

If you have some time, check out our new website and let us know what you think.



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