Accountant's Guide to the Internet is the first and only finance professional's guide to navigating cyberspace written by a practicing CPA. Based on the author's exhaustive research—which included interviews with many of the nation's leading accounting, software, and communications experts—it shows you how to take advantage of the explosion of information resources and business opportunities now available to accountants on the Internet and the World Wide Web.
An important asset to novices and experienced Net navigators alike, it covers all the bases. Beginners learn the basics of getting connected and finding their way around cyberspace, while experienced users discover how to get more out of the Internet than they ever thought possible. In addition to directing you to relevant news services, forums, bulletin boards, online publishers, and other valuable cyber-resources, this book explains how your colleagues are using the Internet to achieve a powerful competitive edge. With the help of numerous case histories and vignettes, it describes surefire techniques for increasing productivity, finding new clients, and increasing revenues. For example, you'll find out how to:
Accountant's Guide to the Internet is an indispensable tool of the trade for all finance professionals.
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This book addresses the specific interests of accountants, auditors, and financial professionals; directs them to the areas on the Internet that will save them research time and allow them to spend more time on billable hours. Shows accountants, auditors, and finance professionals how to locate such resources as IRS forms, CPA societies, and publishers of accounting literature. Explains how to add material to newsgroup to market services. Written in language the target audience can understand.About the Author:
ERIC E. COHEN, CPA, is the founder of Cohen Computer Consulting, an accounting software consultancy. He is a frequent speaker at computer and professional meetings, and his work has appeared in a number of publications, including Business First, CPA Journal, and Audio Microcomputer Report.
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