[Hidden-tech] Tax preparation -Efficiency and effectiveness (productivity), Tax-software advice ?

Jim Ussailis ussailis at equinox.shaysnet.com
Wed Aug 17 20:58:56 EDT 2005

You might try Rick Kristek in Florence.

Jim U.

jim at nationalwireless.com

On Wed, 17 Aug 2005, Tom Goldsmith wrote:

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> Does anybody have/know a tax preparer who interfaces 
> well with TurboTax or the like?  
> I find myself, year-after-year, wrestling with my 
> own overly-complicated tax declaration (business, 
> self-employment, IRAs and other investments, 
> foreign tax credit).  
> I often think I know far too little about using 
> the power of today's technologies effectively or 
> collaboratively in this area.  But no tax preparer 
> I've used seems able or inclined to help.  In a 
> bad year preparation fees approach taxes paid.  
> Has anyone found a tax preparer who specializes 
> (coaches) in leveraging, say, TurboTax to: 
>   o  Make preparation quicker, simpler, cheaper  
>   o  Better use data already collected with Quicken  
>   o  Leave more time to focus on  
>        - Tax and financial planning  
>        - Paying neither more, nor less, than one's share  
>        - Accuracy in following IRS regulations 
>          (not inviting an audit)  
> Tom Goldsmith  
> Northampton, MA 
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