Learn to communicate more effectively and polish your tax writing skills.
Much of the high-value work performed by tax professionals results in some type of a written document - from a very formal tax research memorandum to a more casual email. However, many tax professionals do not write effectively; and this inability to write well may diminish the perceived value of their research and analysis. The good news is that good writing is not innate but is a learned skill. A key objective of this topic is to demystify the writing process for tax professionals. You will examine how to incorporate the results of your tax research into a standard tax memorandum. Next, we will explore how to communicate technical information in non-technical terms by modifying the content of the tax memo into a letter to your client. Finally, we will look at the most common communication - email. This material will also include tips and tricks to polish your writing and will address practical writing concerns of the tax professional.
Diane Orlich Kuhlmann, Ph.D.
- Assistant director Master of Taxation program and instructor, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois
- Teaches undergraduate and graduate tax courses, including introductory business entity taxation, comparative tax systems, and tax writing skills
- Past director of tax education at RSM, where she developed a writing program for tax professionals
- Ph.D., M.B.A. and M.B.T. degrees, University of Minnesota
- Can be contacted at [email protected]
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