What’s with that $3 donation checkbox on my tax forms, anyway?
Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney squared off last night for the first of their scheduled presidential debates. Regardless of who you think won, or who you were rooting for, this campaign season is going to wind up impacting your wallet one way or another.
Cloud-computing in finance and accounting: Though previous innovations may have made your office run more efficiently, the Cloud positively revolutionizes the way you do business, leaving everything that came before it in the dust.
The word “revolution” gets thrown around a lot these days.
Just a friendly update from the folks at Refundo on the IRS Tax Forums, conveyed via carrier pigeon (still the safest and most reliable mode of communication)
Refundo visits trade show conventions in Orlando, Atlanta, and San Diego
Three down, three to go.
The IRS Nationwide Tax Forums in Orlando, San Diego, and Atlanta have come and gone. You may remember the preview of the conferences we provided a few weeks ago, which went over the different venues that were planning to host them and the various programs they would feature for tax specialists. Now that a few of them have actually taken place, though, we thought it might be time for an update on how they went and what the Refundo team was up to while we were out there.
Another incoming message from Refundo, this time delivered airborne from an old-timey biplane
This summer’s round of IRS Nationwide Tax Forums came to a close last week at the Hilton on 52nd Street and 6th Avenue in Manhattan, New York. Back in mid-June, we announced the forums and the dates and locations where they were scheduled. At around the midway point, after the trade show in San Diego, we did an update on how things were moving along. Now that the annual series of conferences is at an end, it’s useful to look back and take stock of everything that happened.