Tax professionals that use Beyond415 Guidance now have even more control at their fingertips. New River Innovation announced today that it added major enhancements to the web-based research center, allowing users to add their own content to IRS issues, tag content to appear in search results and share content across the firm.
New features and updates to Beyond415 include a simple user interface, customizable Microsoft Office versions of Beyond415’s response documents and more control over custom content. Users can add Microsoft Office and PDF documents, notes and links to IRS issues. Users can also add their own guidance and tag it to appear in search results.
“We knew that it was important for our users to be able to add custom information to the system,” said Jim Buttonow, CPA, IRS expert and cofounder of New River Innovation. “Over the years, many practitioners have collected their own IRS guidance. With this release, practitioners can leverage the information they’ve compiled, in combination with the comprehensive guidance offered in Beyond415, to efficiently research and address their clients’ IRS issues.”
Beyond415 is designed by IRS practice and procedure experts to help practitioners understand IRS expectations, based on IRS procedural documentation. The product team looks at internal training documents, manual, guidelines and compliance efforts, as well as the profession’s best practices, to create and maintain Beyond415’s practical guidance.