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Be the First to Write About a New Take on Tax Prep

New York City, NY (PRWEB) March 25, 2015

A new alternative to both DIY/online and face-to-face tax franchise methods is now available. Taxportunity, a New York City startup, has launched a website that recreates the experience of going to a brick and mortar tax prep franchise. Personal communication channels and document sharing over the internet has significantly evolved over the last 5 years opening the doors for this new method. Customers are even able to take a picture of their tax documents with their smart phone and text directly to our CPAs. Recent changes in electronic signature protocol by the IRS is also a reason this new method is now available. Due to the significant cost savings from not having hundreds of retail locations, this service can be offered at a significant discount, as compared to traditional, full-service tax prep franchises.

Taxportunity is committed to addressing recent concerns over identity theft, and in doing so provides a knowledge-based identity verification software solution, powered by Experian®.

This new method hopes to gives customers a great alternative to traditional, brick-and-mortar tax prep franchises. The Company founder, George Birrell, CPA, speculates that this new method will eventually replace traditional brick-and-mortar retail locations much like retail video stores such as Blockbuster® were replaced in the 2000’s. He even thinks that this method can take some of the market share of the traditional do-it-yourself websites as customers realize the price differential between DIY sites and this new method is much smaller than expected.

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Just How To Write A Credit Dispute Letter?

The answer to restoring bad credit is always to compose a properly formatted letter of dispute to at least one or all the credit reporting agencies and send them out via subscribed mail. Here is a step-by-step guide…

How do I write a letter to credit bureau to have report updated?

Question by anajaaki: How do I write a letter to credit bureau to have report updated?
I have been recently been paying things off on my credit. And I was told to send a copy of the reciepts to the credit bureau with a letter attached. What should the letters say?

Best answer:

Answer by bdancer222
The creditor will report the paid status of the debts. You don’t have to send any letters or receipts. It will take up to 60 for the update, depending on when the creditor makes their regular update report.Paying off old debt will not improve your credit score, unless you get the creditor to delete for payment. The damage is already done and it will take 7-1/2 years from the date of first deficiency for the negative to fall off your credit report.However, creditors do review your whole credit report, not just the score. Paid old debt looks much better than unpaid.

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