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TaxAlmanac.

TaxAlmanac (www.taxalmanac.org) is a free website recently launched by Intuit's Professional Tax group. The site is modeled after a comprehensive online encyclopedia known as Wikipedia (www.wikipedia.org) that accepts contributions from anyone. TaxAlmanac is similar to online discussion groups, but its archives are easier to search than most discussion groups. Tax advisers can benefit from TaxAlmanac because the articles and comments posted on the site may stimulate thinking, even if they lack citations to primary authorities.

Dennis Schmidt, Ph.D., CPA

Professor of Accounting

College of Business

Montana State University

Bozeman, MT

Will Yancey, Ph.D., CPA

Independent Consultant

Dallas, TX
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Title Annotation:WEBrowsing
Author:Yancey, Will
Publication:The Tax Adviser
Date:Oct 1, 2005
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