AN INTERNET-BASED tax service has been launched by publishers Bloomsbury Professional.
Bloomsbury created the “affordable” tax reference service which will include 15 titles which cover the main taxes and five add-one modules with coverage of specialist topics including, employment tax, property tax and trusts.
Many of the online reference services cater to larger firms which access thousands of documents a year, however, mid-tier firms may only access a few hundred.
Steve Savory a publisher at Bloomsbury Professional, said: “If you’re only accessing your current online reference service occasionally – as most high street firms do – spending several thousand pounds on it is a luxury you really can’t afford.”
www.bloomsburytax.com is available for an annual subscription of about £195 for up to three users and uses Google-style search terms. Users are also able to build their own personalised collections of frequently used documents.
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