To join in on this discussion, you must first log in.

User talk:Taxstudent07

From TaxAlmanac, A Free Online Resource for Tax Professionals
Note: You are using this website at your own risk, subject to our Disclaimer and Website Use and Contribution Terms.

From TaxAlmanac

Jump to: navigation, search
Leave a message for Taxstudent07


This page is where you can leave a message for Taxstudent07. Taxstudent07 will be notified of messages the next time they access TaxAlmanac.

Please make sure to sign your message by adding four tildes: ~~~~ at the end of your message.

If you are actually Taxstudent07, this is your page. Feel free to edit your discussion page to add or remove anything you'd like.

Leave a message for Taxstudent07 by clicking here

Welcome!

Hello, and welcome to TaxAlmanac! My name is Tim Doyle and I serve here in the role of TaxAlmanac Moderator. If you haven't done so already, you might want to review our Quick Start Guide to help you get oriented.

As you begin to interact on TaxAlmanac, your changes will be linked to this page, your personal user page. We encourage you to edit this page and add a short description about yourself. This will allow others to better understand your background and qualifications as they review any replies or information that you submit. I see that you've already added information to your user page - thank you!

If you have tax-related questions, we encourage you to add them in our Tax Questions Discussion Forum. We also suggest that you introduce yourself to the other members of the TaxAlmanac community on the User Introduction Discussion Forum.

If you can think of anything we can do to make TaxAlmanac a more useful resource to you, please feel free to give us your feedback on the TaxAlmanac Feedback Discussion Forum.

I hope you enjoy being a member of the TaxAlmanac community! If you have any questions, see the help pages or ask me on my talk page. Again, welcome!

- Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator - Talk to me 11:24, 9 February 2007 (CST)


Tax Students

I have a question for you. As you may have seen in the discussion forums, some students have posted basic homework questions in an attempt to locate easy answers without doing their own research. As you can imagine, the professional tax preparers have not taken kindly to this. However, we've always thought that TaxAlmanac could really be beneficial to tax students and could actually benefit from them. Are you familiar with Wikipedia? It's basically an online encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Although the forums have really taken off here, we'd really love to see people start to create short overview articles about tax topics - credits, depreciation topics, etc. I wanted to ask you how we might get tax students to help out with this effort. Would you be willing to try? The idea is to start these topical articles and have the community start to build a database for themselves.

I'd be very interested in your thoughts!


- Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator - Talk to me 11:24, 9 February 2007 (CST)

tax software

Advertisement removed, in accordance with TaxAlmanac's advertising policy. If you want to know what it was about, please see the profile of User:Dnest1.

edited by Trillium 19:07, 28 December 2009 (CST)

Personal tools