This is why the Bradford Tax Institute is so valuable to accountants. The research is already completed, codified as endnotes that, in many year 2009 articles, feature accompanying outbound links. This information is easily accessible to subscribers, who gladly pay the reasonable yearly subscription to save themselves a great deal of time and energy.
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San Rafael, CA (Vocus) September 2, 2009
The Bradford Tax Institute today announced that Tax Reduction Letter articles from 2009 now have links from their endnotes to source information at the IRS's own website and elsewhere. Much of the content is available through a 7-day free trial subscription to this tax reduction website, where Bradford's tax reduction tips and strategies reside in his many archived tax reduction articles.
"The Bradford Tax Institute not only presents tax advice in laypeople's terms, but also conducts in-depth research into IRS publications, court documents and other resources of information that put issues into perspective for more advanced subscribers," said tax reduction expert Murray Bradford, the publisher of the Tax Reduction Letter whose expertise in tax reduction comes from 30 years in accounting, including a lengthy stay at Price Waterhouse. "The process to find and cite this information is time-consuming. The Bradford Tax Institute is, therefore, of great value to its members, who subscribe in order to have that information available in one place."
Publisher of the Tax Reduction Letter every month, tax reduction expert Murray Bradford, CPA, has years of experience in developing and implementing small business tax reduction strategies. A former accountant for Price Waterhouse, Bradford is founder of several tax reduction strategy businesses. Quoted in national publications such as The Wall Street Journal and featured on national programming such as Financial News Network and CNBC, Bradford has helped more than 500,000 self-employed taxpayers realize an average of $17,700 in new tax deductions. His popular courses provide actionable small business tax advice.
The Bradford Tax Institute is home to several years' worth of archived articles from the Tax Reduction Letter, a publication that has been in print since 1992. Articles from the Tax Reduction Letter are extensively cited with endnotes referring to related court decisions, source material from the IRS itself, and more. Many of the endnotes in year 2009 articles archived at the website now have links that take readers directly to these sources of information online, thus easing the typical research process for tax professionals.
"For tax professionals, the research process into any one tax issue--let alone many--can be arduous," said Bradford. "This is why the Bradford Tax Institute is so valuable to accountants. The research is already completed, codified as endnotes that, in many year 2009 articles, feature accompanying outbound links. This information is easily accessible to subscribers, who gladly pay the reasonable yearly subscription to save themselves a great deal of time and energy."
Taxpayers and tax professionals can view a Bradford Tax Institute video tutorial and learn how to gain access to nearly 400 Tax Reduction Letter articles at the site, with more on the way. Each presents tax reduction tips in plain English for tax laypeople and includes annotations for savvy accounting professionals. The last three issues are available through a 7-day free trial of the Bradford Tax Institute. Readers who decide to subscribe to the Tax Reduction Letter right now, however, receive immediate access to the entire archive.
"Tax Strategies for the Self-Employed (2009)" is also available. In this annual course, Bradford shares tax deduction tips designed to help one-owner and husband-and-wife businesses navigate the maze of rules they must follow to properly determine and report their income. Readers who order this tax reduction course immediately gain access to 171 tax lowering strategies that draw on Bradford's expertise from 30 years in accounting. His tutorial on S corporations, for instance, is one such strategy, made available for free. Those interested may first watch a video that shares seven free insights into reducing and audit-proofing their taxes.
About Murray Bradford, CPA, Tax Reduction Expert:
Tax reduction expert Murray Bradford, certified public accountant and publisher of the monthly Tax Reduction Letter, has years of experience in developing and implementing small business tax reduction strategies. Bradford Tax Institute, his website, is home to a vast archive of Bradford's articles from the Tax Reduction Letter. Following nine years at Price Waterhouse, where he twice enjoyed the distinction of being selected to serve in the firm's Washington, D.C. national office, Bradford launched his tax reduction strategies businesses to focus on lowering taxes for one-owner and husband-and-wife businesses. Bradford has since helped more than 500,000 self-employed taxpayers realize an average of $17,700 in new tax deductions. His courses, including "Murray Bradford's Tax Strategies for the Self-Employed (2009)," are veritable goldmines of actionable small business tax advice. The news media regularly turn to Bradford for his tax strategy expertise, which he has shared in print publications and on radio and television programming, such as "CBS News Nightwatch," Financial News Network, KCBS, KGO-TV, KGO-radio, WFAN, WABC-TV, Fox, NPR, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Changing Times, Chicago Tribune, Money, Fortune and USA Today. A former Marine and author of several books, Bradford is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the California Society of CPAs, the Minnesota Society of CPAs, and the Greater Washington, D.C. Society of CPAs.
Anyone may follow Bradford on Twitter (twitter.com/taxreductioncpa), visit his profile on Facebook (profile.to/taxreductioncpa), and connect with him on LinkedIn (linkedincom/in/murraybradfordcpa).
Brent W. Skinner
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