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Taking The Stress Out Of Tax Prep

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Two things in life are certain, stress and taxes. Especially for people with complex returns and their accountants who often spend more time hunting for receipts, files, previous returns and other documents than actually preparing the return.

MyTaxFiles is a cloud-based information management and communications platform created by a leading Wall Street accountant that makes tax preparation easier for tax professionals and their clients.

MyTaxFiles is designed to be used by people who need the guidance from one of the 1.25 million professional tax preparers in the United States. Tax preparation is a 12 billion dollar a year industry with most of it still going through professional preparers. MyTaxFiles will allow those pros to prepare three times as many returns every year.

Join our webinar to hear from founder and CEO, Angelo Natoli, to learn how MyTaxFiles will transform tax preparation for millions of professionals and their clients.

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