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Something big has happened in the world of tax professionals. It's called the ClientWhysConnect.com Email Discussion Community. There's finally a place to come together, be connected, and share tax research expertise and questions with each other. The best part is that it's absolutely FREE to all Seminar Attendees and Total Practice Members!

Maybe you're wondering, “What is a community and how can it benefit me?” The ClientWhys Connect community was formed by ClientWhys to provide its customers with a forum for sharing knowledge, expertise, and wisdom. In a time where community and networks are starting to infiltrate every aspect of our personal and professional lives, the ClientWhys Connect community is a shining example of how a group of very independent practitioners can come together to form a successful community.

Membership is free for all Seminar Attendees and Total Practice Members. All you need is an email address. You can post technical questions, give product recommendations, exchange important information, and do so much more. Expect to receive instant responses and build valuable relationships.

Please join our commitment to the ClientWhys Connect community by participating, reviewing, and posting your thoughts and ideas. This community is flourishing with hundreds of members and the collective wisdom of this group is far greater than anything we as individuals could achieve. Together, we can make a difference in the industry and your job as a tax practitioner easier.

We look forward to your participation and support.

Read how valuable CW Connect is to our users »

Thank you! I am very excited about the new features everything is looking great. I cannot think of one thing that I do not like about the services you provide. I am more than satisfied, I am confident I will be your client for as long as I am an accountant and since I don't know how to do anything else it will be a pretty long time...

Crystal Scanlon
Huntingtown MD Accounting Firm

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