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Thomson Reuters Updates Tax Planning Guide

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Thomson Reuters has released the 2014-2015 edition of its Tax Planning Guide, which accountants and tax professionals can distribute to their clients and prospects.

The latest edition, based on the Thomson Reuters BizActions|PDI Global expertise, has been updated to reflect recent federal tax laws and related tax planning strategies.

Among the changes are the tax-related provisions of the Affordable Care Act that are now taking effect and making a significantly impact on tax practitioners and their clients. The guide highlights the key tax-related provisions of the ACA, examining their impact on employers and high-income individuals and their implications for tax planning.

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The guide is available in online, email, print and PowerPoint formats and can be marketed to clients and prospects. The online WebTaxGuide format, which is automatically updated for major federal tax law changes, features a new design with highlighted links to hot topics, along with the ability to include a firm’s branding and contact information on every page.

“Our tax planning guide products make it easy for firms to share important information about tax planning with clients and potentially attract new customers,” said Brett Notine, senior vice president of emerging and specialty segments in the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters, in a statement. ”By providing content marketing solutions such as the Tax Planning Guide, firms will be seen as thought leaders and gain a competitive advantage.”

To order, or for samples and more information about the Tax Planning Guide, firms can call (866) 240-8477, visit bizactions-pdiglobal.com, or email bizactions.pdiglobal@thomsonreuters.com.

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