When online social media first began to take hold as part of modern culture for business as well as personal users, many tax and accounting firms were reluctant to participate. However, the rapid growth of the most popular sites in the last few years is causing some firms to reconsider their usefulness as business applications. In this article, Rusty Little of Dow Lohnes Price explores how tax firms might consider using online networking sites as part of their business strategy.
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Reproduced with permission from Tax Management Weekly State Tax Report, 2011 TM-WSTR 3, 08/26/2011. Copyright 2011 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) http://www.bna.com/