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August 1998
Accounting Technology;Aug98, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
Presents update on services and products for taxation in the United States. Information on the 15th Anniversary Referral Program of Micro Vision Software company; Features of the Web site of Conspectus Current, a estate and financial planning service; Features of FDP Corp. update of its Easy Forms 1099 software.


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