The perception that Web-based tax research is a mature market hasn't slowed the furious pace at which publishers have added to their Internet products.For Heather Depe, CPA, of Minneapolis-based Simma Flottemesch & Orenstein Ltd., Internet tax research presents tremendous advantages. "I use it almost exclusively in my research," she said.
Although she finds Web-based research to be quicker and easier, she still prints out her findings for the client file. "I like to use the Web-based platform to start out with, and then print out different portions so I can go through and highlight what I want to refer to later," she said. "But as far as the actual research goes, it's much easier and quicker to do on the Internet."
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