Accounting firm Gilman Ciocia said it is launching an advertising campaign in South Florida and the New York metropolitan area to attract taxpayers this season.

The campaign encourages taxpayers to start thinking of income taxes as an expense, rather than a fact of life. Created by South Florida-based advertising agency BFW Advertising, the campaign integrates television, radio, print, Web and interactive advertising, direct marketing pieces, and train posters.

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