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How to setup infrastructure for tax 2013 applications?

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Tax applications go through changes during the last quarter of any year. The newer version takes place of the older version. The newer versions of tax applications are always expected to deliver some new features to become more productive for our tax preparation process. While we go through this transition, we face many challenges too due to different technical requirements for the new applications. That brings some new requirements for different hardware and software resources to enjoy some added features of the new version of the tax application.

If we have our own local infrastructure setup for tax applications and if we are a CPA firm or any general tax practitioners, we will find very difficult to cope with new requirements. The new challenges will not only costs in the term of money, it will require some mental strength to get set. The transition period will consists of setup of new resources as well as data migration to the new platform which will further require the help of any expert IT professional.

To get rid of all these burdens, tax cloud can be considered as the best option. As we know, all infrastructure related practices are directly dealt by tax software hosting provider, we will only need to provide a few hour downtime and the new setup will be functional.

Below are the core benefits of tax cloud hosting:

1- No technical setup, management burdens.
2- No data backup worries.
3- Efficient printing and scanning tools to directly print from the server.
4- 24X7 unlimited technical support
5. Faster performance than locally hosted setup.
6- Month to month service, no defined contract.

SageNext is a leading tax software hosting provider, dealing in QuickBooks hositng, QuickBooks cloud etc.

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