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About ACT - Overview

Overview of ACT

The Association for Computers & Taxation (ACT) is a nonprofit, national organization designed to assist members in identifying and solving the problems involved in automating the corporate tax function. It is a forum for sharing information about tax systems within the corporate tax environment. We accomplish this by publishing newsletters, sponsoring conferences and meetings throughout the year, and providing a forum for our members to meet fellow corporate tax and technology professionals to exchange information on automation needs. Our membership includes users of all commercially available tax software packages, as well as users of home-grown tax software.

Benefits of ACT

 

Why join ACT?

If it is your job to minimize the corporation's tax burden and to assure timely filing in a continually evolving environment. Changing International, Federal, State, and local jurisdictional tax laws and interpretation of new statutes and their impact are making your role as a corporate tax professional increasingly more difficult to perform. An opportunity for at least a partial solution is automated tax systems but the rapid advance of technology can make automation part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Sorting through the alternatives is complex and time consuming. ACT provides you with a forum for sharing information and finding solutions.  See Membership Benefits for more information. 

How do I join ACT?

First, review the rules to determine your eligibility as a Regular member or an Associate member.   All details relating to member types and fees is located under "Membership Benefits".

Complete the on-line registration with your credit card over a secure server connection. Your membership application will be reviewed and payment processed.  You will then receive email notification of your user ID and password.

more Calendar

12/12/2017
ACT Webinar - Getting Started with Tax Data Automation and Robotics - a Practical Approach

5/21/2018 » 5/23/2018
2018 ACT Annual Conference

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