We've all been there: one of your Facebook friends sends a bizarre message containing a suspicious link, and the next day, you get a phone call about their account being hacked. Maybe you've even been the victim of an account takeover and want to know how to avoid another incident.
Since its formation in 2015, the Security Summit's efforts to thwart cybercriminals have successfully driven down the number of tax-related identity theft incidents. Unfortunately, that success has forced identity thieves to adapt their methods, resulting in a new tax scam that might seem unorthodox at first.
Want to know what's new for Drake Tax this filing season? We recently had Drake Software Vice President of Education James Stork and Drake Education Tax Team Lead Amanda Watson in the studio to talk about some of this year’s Drake enhancements.
The tax reform bill passed before the end of 2017, meaning that clients may have questions about how it impacts their tax liability in the years to come.
One of the most difficult things about having any kind of business is simply being found by potential customers. Whether you're just starting out or have been in the tax business for a while, this is one of those topics that can be both frustrating and intimidating.
The Drake Education team is on the road until January, but they also developed a new video-streaming option and unveiled the DrakeCPE.com website. Drake Software Director of Education Christine Reynolds joins us to outline what you can expect when attending Drake Classroom Training or Update Schools and explain the new online offerings.
What's New in Drake Tax? Drake Software's Vice President of Application Development Brian Stork and Vice President of Education James Stork discuss new software features in Drake Tax. In particular, they dive into a new...