Tap Into the JofA's Web Site to Locate Articles of Interest

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

Q: I find your Tech Q&A column very useful. Is there some way I can track down items you published earlier? It sure would be handy.

 

A: Several readers have asked about this, and yes, the magazine has a very comprehensive and easy-to-use Web site for locating articles. Go to www.journalofaccountancy.com/BrowseTopics, and then cursor down to the “Technology” area and then to “Tech Tips.” The Web site also has a very powerful search engine for tracking down articles by subject, author, headline and more.

 

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