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Long-time TaxAlmanac member

Hi, I see you've been a member of TaxAlmanac since September-2006 - wow, the very beginning - welcome back!

A lot of things have changed since TA was first started - so here are some good links for refamiliarizing yourself with TaxAlmanac:
Code of Conduct, Policies, FAQ, and Hints and Tips on How to Search on TaxAlmanac.


Also, It would be appreciated and helpful if you could add some information about your background/level of experience to your user page for others who might be interested.

Your level of experience may be an important consideration when users are developing an appropriate answer for your questions or when people you're responding to want to see if you have expertise in their subject area or otherwise get more context for your posts. Other users can click on your user name in a discussion, saving them the trouble of reviewing your user history if they don't recognize your user name.

Thanks,

Trillium 17:37, 28 March 2009 (CDT) - edited to update this request, Trillium 16:02, 10 December 2009 (CST)

In your haste to begin asking questions...

In your haste to begin post your question today, you may have gone a little too quickly through the four steps to asking new tax questions.

Specifically, step 2 asks you to put some information about your background/experience as a tax professional on your user page. Many people like being able to click on your user name to see a little about your level of experience in case they want to tailor their responses to be more helpful to you, and also it's quite helpful for those of us who have been asked to identify questions from non-tax pros, which will be moved over to the consumer forum and out of the pro tax forum.

There are also other steps, like searching for similar situations in the discussion archives, and familiarizing yourself with the site. You may have done those; it's harder to tell, obviously, but if not, give it a try. Here are some Hints and Tips on How to Search on TaxAlmanac.

Anyway - it would be both helpful and appreciated if you would add some information to your user page / profile, about your background/level of experience as a tax pro.

Trillium 12:40, 7 February 2010 (CST)

Link to Foreclosure Article

Here's the link you requested: http://fogelcpa.com/Documents/FogelForeclosuresCSEA-2.pdf DaveFogel 11:38, 12 February 2010 (CST)

NoCal

RBM - I'm in the Tahoe area. But I'm considering downsizing at this time for personal reasons. And I'm buried thru the 10.15.12 deadline, then off on a vacation :-)

Where's your practice? Belle 03:10, 27 September 2012 (UTC)

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