Fired up at the IRS

Skillman, Brad
January 1998
Accounting Technology;Jan98, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the US Internal Revenue Service's search for software solutions to enhance electronic filing of tax returns. Aim of eliminating paper returns; Attitude of accountants concerning electronic tax filing; Request for proposal seeking software solutions for electronic filing. INSET: Lack of forms hampers electronic filing..


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