06 09 2022 / TaxDome Updates

TaxDome Partners With NJCPA to Help CPAs Modernize Their Practices   

TaxDome Partners With NJCPA to Help CPAs Modernize Their Practices   

We are glad to announce that TaxDome has partnered with the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA) to help its members digitize their accounting practices with the help of TaxDome. As a trusted NJCPA partner, we utilize cutting-edge technology to build advanced, automated workflow to free up your precious time and increase the volume of billable work.

As a modern professional, you know that successfully running a practice nowadays demands both becoming an expert in your field and having solid knowledge of your practice management software. Because you are a busy CPA, we offer you free white-glove support and customizable training with TaxDome Automation Experts to have your account set up end-to-end in no time. NJCPA Members can also enroll in the TaxDome Academy to learn about TaxDome features and how to apply them to their practice.

What are the benefits of this partnership?

Every NJCPA Member will get two free user months added to their annual TaxDome subscription.

As an NJCPA Member, you can access the TaxDome community of professionals and our free educational offerings any time. 

About the NJCPA

Founded in 1898, the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants is the largest professional organization serving the needs of Garden State CPAs and aspiring CPAs. With a membership of more than 13,000, the NJCPA represents the majority of New Jersey CPAs in public practice, business, industry, government and education. 

The NJCPA supports its members through a variety of education, networking, leadership and volunteer initiatives. The Society is active in the state legislature, and works closely with outside groups to monitor and respond to issues that affect CPAs and their clients. 

Peter Iliev

Peter Iliev

Peter manages all activities involved in sales, partnerships, operations, customer care, and support systems. His highest priority is customer satisfaction. He believes that this is key to a successful company. He takes up an analytical role in the company when they assess and evaluate its effectiveness. To keep his mind focused, Peter practices martial arts, which allows him to stay disciplined and grounded.

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