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Webinar – Thursday Jan. 19th – Using Video For Your Business

Understanding and using video is a powerful tool to have for your business. Looking at past trends, 2016 seems to be a huge year for using video. it has been reported that 61% of businesses in the United States have started using video as a form of marketing. About 66% of these business did not use video in 2015.

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Use Video For Your Business – Webinar – Jan. 19

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Understanding and using video is a powerful tool to have for your business. Looking at past trends, 2016 seems to be a huge year for using video. it has been reported that 61% of businesses in the United States have started using video as a form of marketing. About 66% of these business did not use video in 2015.

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Using Video For Your Business – Webinar Jan. 19th

Understanding and using video is a powerful tool to have for your business. Looking at past trends, 2016 seems to be a huge year for using video. it has been reported that 61% of businesses in the United States have started using video as a form of marketing. About 66% of these business did not use video in 2015.

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Webinar – January 19th – Using Video To Boost Business

Understanding and using video is a powerful tool to have for your business. Looking at past trends, 2016 seems to be a huge year for using video. it has been reported that 61% of businesses in the United States have started using video as a form of marketing. About 66% of these business did not use video in 2015.

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Webinar: Learn To Grow Your Tax Business By Using Video

Kat Jennings

Please join us for a special TaxConnections Webinar:

Join TaxConnections’ partner Local Marketing Solutions Group, Inc., addressing topics such as:

—Why Video?
—The Various Uses for Video…Lead Generation, Social and More!
—Best Practices for Video Development, Production and Deployment.

Three Webinar Attendees will have the opportunity to win FREE Basic Video Production for their tax practice.

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Webinar: Learn To Grow Your Tax Business By Using Video

Kat Jennings

Please join us for a special TaxConnections Webinar:

Join TaxConnections’ partner Local Marketing Solutions Group, Inc., addressing topics such as:

—Why Video?
—The Various Uses for Video…Lead Generation, Social and More!
—Best Practices for Video Development, Production and Deployment.

Three Webinar Attendees will have the opportunity to win FREE Basic Video Production for their tax practice.

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Over 20 Countries Join UK-led Pilot for Automatic Data Sharing

Ronald Marini

Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne hailed the international expansion of a UK-led deal to automatically share information on the ultimate owners of companies as over 20 jurisdictions, including British crown dependencies, overseas territories and EU member states sign up.

Gibraltar, Isle of Man and Montserrat are amongst those joining the pilot initiated by the UK and launched with Germany, France, Italy and Read more

Nicest Thing To Do For A Tax Professional Before You Lay Them Off

There is no one who understands the business of people who are laid off better than I do. Over thirty years, I have dealt with tax professionals who have been laid off for a wide range of reasons due to mergers, acquisitions, seasonal tax work, and a variety of other reasons. What I want to bring attention to in this blog post Read more

Tax Department Interview Guide – Questions To Ask Anyone Wanting To Work In Your Tax Department

An organized approach to interviewing will greatly enhance the accuracy of the selection process. It will also create a more favorable impression on the candidate being interviewed. With an organized interview you are more likely to obtain the information necessary to make an informed decision. The primary purpose of an interview is to determine the candidate’s suitability of the role.

Proper questioning will provide pertinent information in evaluating the candidate. The interview questions we provide are designed to avoid some of the common errors in interviewing while encouraging the candidate to express their thoughts, ideas and feelings in a candid an honest manner. You must always pay close attention to what is said during an interview and make notes of responses. Approaching an interview in this manner leads to insightful information and more successful hires. There are often two candidates present in an interview, the “real candidate” and the “candidate on display”. All candidates interviewed wish to present themselves in a favorable light and impress the interviewer. Whether the candidate is really the person projected during the interview is the interviewer’s responsibility to decide. Read more

Happy New Years Video From TaxConnections

Happy New Year 2016

A 2016 Happy New Years From TaxConnections! Enjoy This New Year’s Video:

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Form 1095-C – Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage

Milton Booth - TaxConnections

Under the Affordable Care Act, the IRS will be implementing a number of new forms. One such form is the 1095-C form, which will be completed by employers, and which will become mandatory for tax year 2015.

Employers with 50 or more full-time employees are required to file Form 1095-C, both with the employee and with the IRS.

This form includes information about whether the employer offered qualifying health coverage to the employee, spouse and dependents, for some or all months during the year.

Form 1095-C provides the following information:

Part I
• Employee’s name, SSN, address. Read more

Top Ten Items of Tax Policy Interest for 2015 – #3

TaxConnections Member Annette Nellen

Continuing with my list of ten news items and activities from 2015 that I think have particular tax policy relevance.  Today, for my third item is Justice Kennedy’s concurring opinion in Direct Marketing Association v Brohl, Exec Dir, Colorado Dept of Revenue, No. 13-1032 (3/3/15). In this opinion, Justice Kennedy posits that perhaps given “changes in technology and consumer sophistication,” it is time to revisit the Court’s 1992 decision in Quill, 504 U.S. 298! He also noted that Quill was a case “questionable even when decided, [that] now harms States to a degree far greater than could have been anticipated earlier.”  This is a major item for 2015. It is really an invitation to any and all states with a sales tax to send a bill to a remote (non-present) vendor and hope that the vendor will challenge the assessment all the way up the administrative and judicial review process to land on the US Supreme Court’s agenda. Read more

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