For practitioners that provide other types of services, additional disclosures may be appropriate (separate Sec. 7216 disclosures are required for each).
Malibu, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2009
On January 1, 2009, the new Sec. 7216 strict disclosure regulations became effective. These regulations were written to curtail the undisclosed transfer of taxpayer data to third parties, especially out-of-the-country transfers, and to protect a taxpayer's data from being used to market other products. However, the language is such that the disclosure requirement even applies when additional tax services are provided (such as tax planning services).
"As an added bonus, the brochure provides referral promotion. Thus, this brochure will suit the needs of most practitioners who provide only tax services," stated Lee Reams II, President of ClientWhys, Inc. Lee added, "For practitioners that provide other types of services, additional disclosures may be appropriate (separate Sec. 7216 disclosures are required for each)."
To handle these additional disclosures, ClientWhys has published nine separate Microsoft® Word templates. These templates are free to download from the ClientWhys website at http://www.clientwhysinc.com . Call 1.800.442.2477 for more details.
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