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Improve Your Tax Writing Skills
Date: Monday, February 12, 2018
Sponsored by Lorman Education Services
Learn to communicate more effectively and polish your tax writing skills.
Tax professionals conduct research and perform sophisticated analysis of tax issues. The results of this research and analysis are communicated in some type of written document: a client letter, a tax memorandum, or a formal communication to a tax authority (such as the Internal Revenue Service).
However, many tax professionals do not write effectively; and, this inability to write well may diminish the perceived value of their research and analysis. The good news is that good writing is not innate, but is a learned skill. A key objective of this topic is to demystify the writing process for tax professionals. You will examine how to incorporate the results of your tax research into a standard tax memorandum.
We will explore how to modify the content of the tax memo into a letter to your client. The content will also include tips and tricks to polish your writing. This topic is designed to address practical writing concerns of the tax professional.
This Live Webinar Covers These Hot Issues:
Building the Case: Why Tax Professionals Need to Write Effectively
Writing the Standard Tax Memorandum
Writing the Client Letter and Other Tax Communication
Polishing Your Writing
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Diane Orlich Kuhlmann, Ph.D., DePaul University
(Not available outside the US)