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Discussion:What needs to be signed-paperless office?

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Scottycoyote (talk|edits) said:

31 January 2011
we went with the paperless office concept this year, scanning everything in and just wondering what exactly needs to be signed? Everything the client is supposed to sign (8879, state 8879s, consent, eic due diligance, eng letter, etc) gets signed by the client first then i scan it in. If i sign the 8879s is that enough or should i be signing the tax returns and due diligence as well?

Trillium (talk|edits) said:

31 January 2011
Here's a recently bumped discussion that covers many aspects of the 8879: Discussion:SSSHHH don't tell the IRS....Super Secret Poll Concerning Form 8879 and State Equivalent, although I'm not sure the top part is applicable to your question.

Others that might be applicable:

Maybe some of those'll help, and then we'll see what other comments come in to add to them.

Scottycoyote (talk|edits) said:

1 February 2011
wow thanks trill, you da man

Fsteincpa (talk|edits) said:

1 February 2011
Not so sure she would appreciate being the man. lol.

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