The Debuts Program of Thomson Reuters to Assist Accounting Firms Educate their Clients on Taxation
A new program has been released by Thomson Reuters for aiding accounting firms and tax professionals to teach their clients, potential clients and other client service teams regarding the most recent field developments. The program is known as Checkpoint Learning 2015 Tax Update.
According to the company, the latest addition to the program of Checkpoint Learning, the 2015 Tax Update, may both be used as a marketing and information tool for attracting prospective clients as well as retaining the existing ones, enabling organizations to demonstrate expertise in such areas as the 2014 Data Book of the Internal Revenue Service, program of Achieving a Better Life Experience, reforms in recent health care including a comprehensive look at the 1095 Form and differentiating between independent contractors and employees. This also satisfies the needs for proceeding with credits of professional education for even 25 individuals with the opportunity of purchasing extra CPE certifications if need be.
The program is highly tailor made for different stakeholder firms and also gives tax professionals relevant and timely insights required for better understanding of tax planning as well as compliance issues. These words were said in a statement by Ken Koskay who is the learning solutions senior vice president in the business of Tax & Accounting. The program can also be used by accounting firms to offer accredited trainings for CPE for prospective as well as prevailing clients and also the client facing staff who create potentially new streams of revenue or value added services for the prevailing clients.
The update of the 2015 Checkpoint Learning entails a leader manual and Power Point presentation with additional material on discussions and topics for these training sessions.
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