TaxAlmanac:Did You Know Articles

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

Revision as of 17:48, 20 February 2009 by Tdoyle (Talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

Did you know?

Five Key Websites For Tax Season Did you know that TaxAlmanac was selected as one of the five key websites for Tax Season? Read more in The CPA Technology Advisor's article, Five Key Websites For Tax Season .


Did you know?

<p style="font-size:90%"> Innovation Award - TaxAlmanac was selected as a recipient of the Tax and Accounting Technology Innovation Award for its use of "Wiki" technology to provide a free interactive tax research portal for professionals and for allowing professionals to assist each other through collaboration.

The Innovation Awards are sponsored by The CPA Technology Advisor "as a means to recognize innovative developments in technologies that benefit the tax and accounting professions, as well as significant advancements in existing technologies."

Congratulations to TaxAlmanac and to the TaxAlmanac Community for making this happen!


Did you know?

BusinessWeek Selects TaxAlmanac Did you know that TaxAlmanac was selected as a pacesetter in collaboration by BusinessWeek in their Nov. 21st issue? Read more in BusinessWeek's article, 50 Smart Ways to Use the Web.


Did you know?

<p style="font-size:90%"> Copying and reusing content - TaxAlmanac is an excellent resource for information for communications with your clients and colleagues. Content from TaxAlmanac can be reused on your own website, client emails, and in your own client newsletters. Your only obligation is to give proper credit to TaxAlmanac as shown in to the Free Content License section of the Website Use and Contribution Terms.


Did you know?

Edit History - Every TaxAlmanac page has an edit history where every change is recorded, and all previous versions of each page can be viewed. In addition, the person who made each change is recorded, and a link is provided to their user page. Users are encouraged to add their credentials to their user page so others can better evaluate the quality of the submissions. To view the history of any page, simply select the history tab at the top of the page.


Did you know?

Editing - We want you to edit here on TaxAlmanac. Most of the pages here (except the reference materials and the main page) are fully editable by all registered users. If you see a typo - fix it! If someone asks a question that you know at least a little about, jump right in! If you're reading a topical article and feel you could improve it - please do!


Did you know?

It's Not Just a Good Idea. It's the Law Did you know that pages on TaxAlmanac containing the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulations are locked so they can be edited only by Administrators? You can be sure that the tax law contained on TaxAlmanac is accurate. Tax Professionals like you can then discuss these issues in the Discussion Forum or add articles to TaxAlmanac to give your perspective on the law. You can always refer to an author's User Page to learn more about his/her background and areas of expertise.


Did you know?

<p style="font-size:90%"> Link Colors - Links are everywhere on TaxAlmanac, and there's a hidden meaning to them that may not be initially apparent.
- Blue links indicate that the page exists, but that you haven't been there recently. Click on blue links to see that page.
- Purple links indicate that the page exists, and you've been there recently. Click on a purple link to go back to that page again.
- Red links indicate that the page does not yet exist. If you click on a red link, it is assumed that you want to start the page and an edit screen will be displayed.


Did you know?

Searching - Searching on TaxAlmanac is simple. Just type what you're looking for into the search box located on the left side of every TaxAlmanac page. Then press the Enter key or click the Go button. You can also search for phrases such as "Gift Tax" just by adding quotes around the words. Read more...


Did you know?

Time Magazine - In the print edition of the June 6, 2005 Time magazine article, It's a Wiki Wiki World, Time recognized TaxAlmanac as one of the ways real people are living with wikis. The article described the social phenomenon of wikis and Wikipedia in particular, which has become one of the most visited sites on the Internet and now provides expert knowledge in over 1.3 million general articles - far more than the familiar Encyclopedia Britannica.


Did you know?

User Pages - Everyone who creates an account has their own personal user page on TaxAlmanac. To edit your own page, sign in and then select your username from the very top of any page. Add any information about yourself or your business that you'd like to share with others.


Did you know?

User Talk Pages - Everyone who creates an account has a 'talk' page where you can leave them messages. When others leave you messages, you will be alerted the next time you load a page on the site. Simply select the 'my talk' link from the very top of any page to view your messages.

Personal tools