NATP keeps tax professionals updated through new blog
The new feature will include topics covering news, updates, FAQs
The blog will cover a variety of topics, including industry updates, how-tos and frequently asked questions. In the interest of tax professionals, NATP will use this new online communication to share association news, including membership benefits and upcoming courses. The blog will also be an outlet to provide general tax education, like how to be proactive about cybersecurity and how to prepare for the upcoming tax season.
"Our blog is another means for us to provide important tax information to the professionals we serve. Not only do we address topics tax pros want to know more about, but we also include some articles that appeal to taxpayers, too," said NATP Executive Director Scott Artman. "Whether it be providing up-to-date news and events or quick tips, our blog is a great option for receiving timely tax information."
The NATP blog is regularly updated with new content, including the weekly "You make the call" quiz posts that is a long-time favorite feature of the association's TAXPRO Weekly email newsletter included with membership. Visit blog.natptax.com to browse all the articles.
To learn more about NATP, visit www.natptax.com.
NATP is the largest association dedicated to equipping tax professionals with the resources, connections and education they need to provide the highest level of service to their clients. NATP is comprised of more than 22,000 leading tax professionals who believe in a superior standard of ethics and exemplify professional excellence. Members rely on NATP to deliver professional connections, content expertise and advocacy that provides them with the support they need to best serve their clients. The organization welcomes all tax professionals in their quest to continually meet the needs of the public, no matter where they are in their careers. The NATP headquarters is located in Appleton, WI. To learn more, visit www.natptax.com.
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