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Web Seminar  Simplifying business return processing via technology, integrated solutions and best practices
Jun. 08, 2017 | 2 PM ET/11 AM PT
Hosted by Accounting Today
There are many challenges tax professionals face when preparing business tax returns. And likewise, there are a number of things you can do make life easier when addressing those challenges, such as employing technology solutions and implementing new and improved processes.
Join Wolters Kluwer’s Frank Giudice -- Senior Tax Consultant -- and Jo Ann Cummings, CPA, PMC -- Technical Product Manager, Tax Software -- to take a look at these challenges and some associated business tax software solutions during this FREE one hour webinar. We’ll cover:
  • Managing Trial Balances - Most business returns require a trial balance as an integral part of the tax preparation process. It can be time consuming to keep the trial balance and business tax return in sync.

  • Dynamic Computations vs. Static Data Entry - Due to tying back to a trial balance, data in a business return tends to be interrelated. Once a business return is in balance, changing one number often requires changing other related information. It can be time consuming to assure modifications are carried through the entire return appropriately.

  • Comprehensive Diagnostics – Business returns can be complex and require that various components of the return tie out against each other while complying with tax regulations.

  • Managing K-1 Information - When preparing Partnership or S-Corp returns, preparers must often manually enter the K-1 data in the taxpayer’s personal return. This can be time consuming and error prone, and there are often limitations to consider.

  • Meeting Federal and State Electronic Filing Requirements - Every year, more and more federal and state return types fall under electronic filing mandates.
Register today!
Jo Ann Cummings, CPA, PMC
Technical Product Manager
CCH Axcess Tax,
CCH ProSystem fx Tax & CCH Global fx Tax
Frank Giudice
Senior Tax Consultant
Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US

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