Avoiding the "Not Secure" Warning on Your Tax and Accounting Website

Posted on September 21, 2017

As you may start or have already noticed, Chrome, Firefox and other major browsers are starting to flag websites that are not using SSL certificates and HTTPS as "Not Secure". They are doing [..]

Four Ways to Use the Cloud to Save Money Running Your Tax Accounting Practice

Posted on June 25, 2012

There is quite a bit of hype in business journals about using the cloud to run your practice. Both sides of the argument seem to be valid. To help you make an informed decision, I am going to [..]

Tax Accountant Password Policy Best Practices

Posted on December 20, 2011

A password policy is a set of rules designed to enhance computer and web security by encouraging users to employ strong passwords. A password policy should be part of an accounting practice policy [..]

Tax Accountants Cut Down Their IT Costs By Using Outsourced E-mail.

Posted on March 24, 2010

We see this everyday with our Tax Accountant website customers. They are still using an Outlook exchange server for their e-mail. What they don't realize is that unless they are a large firm [..]

Client Security is No Longer Optional with the New FTC Red Flag Rules for Identity Theft

Posted on February 12, 2010

Most CPAs, EAs and Tax Preparers don’t realize that they are subject to the Federal Trade Commission’s “Red Flag” regulations.  Although these regulations have been in place for some time, enforcement [..]

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