December 19, 2011
Now that we are well into the month of December, it’s time to offer another friendly reminder to start getting your tax documents together. It’s also a good time to remind you to use your portals for both uploading your documents and receiving your tax return. Wouldn’t it be great to go completely paperless this year? And you can’t beat the convenience. No dropping off papers or disks, and no trips to the office to sign your return. It can all be handled online…from your secure, personal client portal!
We’ve worked hard in our firm to go paperless, and we encourage you to do the same by using your portal. Let’s all go green together this year and enjoy a speedier and more secure tax process.
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