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A professional tax firm is now helping more delinquent taxpayers find information with a new website design.
Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
CTR has announced a new website design that will help more taxpayers looking for assistance with any tax issues. Virginia residents working with a Norfolk tax attorney can find easier access to forms they may need to submit during tax debt relief procedures. The new website layout will also make it easier for individuals to find answers to tax questions while getting ready for tax season.
“We have really broken away from our old design with this new website launch,” said a CTR spokesperson. “Working with a Scottsdale tax attorney has really helped us determine how our site can best help Arizona taxpayers.”
CTR learned from older versions of their websites that a Frequently Asked Questions page was one of the most commonly accessed parts of a tax website. This redesign incorporates an overhaul of the FAQ page in both the content and the layout. Keeping a FAQ list up to date is crucial for taxpayers needing to know the answers to simpler issues.
CTR gained a lot of insight on what should be included in their website design program from tax professionals and taxpayers. It was deemed important that a tax related website be navigable by both tech-savvy individuals and those that are not quite as familiar with the internet. Easy to access topics and contact information were two of the chief elements of the site redesign.
CTR’s Corona tax attorney sought out opinions of California taxpayers that had found their services on the older sites. This led to an understanding that having services clearly outlined makes potential clients more aware of what to expect upon hiring a tax expert for tax preparation assistance.
A CTR spokesperson said of the redesign, “This will make people happy on both sides of the fence. Our clients will have more resources available to them, giving them a better sense of understanding when it comes to tax issues. From our end, we will see an increase in more well-prepared taxpayers walking through our doors. This will increase our efficiency, allowing us to see more customers and better help our current clients.”
CTR is going to keep applying changes based on feedback well after the launch. California taxpayers and professionals such as a Fullerton tax attorney will be able to submit anything from technical issues to positive input directly from the new website.
CTR offers tax debt resolution and tax services for individuals and businesses across the United States. The company uses a three step program to create personalized strategies to help taxpayers settle their IRS debt. The company offers many services, including: state and federal tax debt resolution, IRS audit defense, tax preparation and bookkeeping.
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