Your Society, NYSSEA, recognizes that its members are all busy professionals. On one hand, you would like as few communications as possible. On the other hand, as tax professionals, you need to be aware of changes to rules and regulations affecting your practice as soon as possible.
We are proud to announce the addition of the NYSSEA Blog to our web site. The primary idea behind the blog is to provide you with a place to read about changes promulgated by the IRS and NY State which are important, but not urgent. The blog will be updated as frequently as necessary, maybe several times a day, maybe not for a week or more. The idea is that this is an "opt-in" type of information sharing - we can update it as frequently as items come in, without the concern that we are "cluttering" your inbox.
We will automatically add content which comes from the New York State Tax Department's list serves, and the various IRS list serves. As you become aware of other important information related to taxes, please forward it to me, Jeff Gentner, EA, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please try not to forward copyrighted content, as we really can't repost it.
The blog will be a one-way message system. In order to keep it clean and eliminate the need for a moderator, members cannot post directly to the blog at this time.
Tax questions should continue to be posted to the NYSSEA Tax Questions Google Group. This highly-regarded communication tool has become widely used by our membership.
Urgent tax information will continue to be e-mailed to you through Constant Contact as an "e-blast".
Please keep in mind that due to the federal "CAN-SPAM" law, if you choose to unsubscribe from Constant Contact, the Society can no longer e-mail you.