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Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator


My name is Tim Doyle and I am the Product Manager and Moderator for TaxAlmanac. If you have any suggestions for how TaxAlmanac could be improved, please let me know.


I started with Lacerte Software back in 1989 working as the software engineer on the partnership and corporate state modules. In succeeding years I went on to work on all of the business state modules and then managed other engineers as they came on board. Some of my early development projects were the first editable client letter and the first on-screen viewable tax forms (both in the DOS version). When another engineer was given the assignment to develop the initial R.E.P. project, I took over as the S-Corporate Federal programmer. As more business states were added and more engineers hired, I became the engineer of the Corporate Federal module and also managed the team responsible for the Corporate state modules. I then became Sr. Project Manager for the team responsible for developing the primary user interface of the Lacerte Tax Program, a position I held for about three years. I was then given the opportunity to work as a Six Sigma Black Belt within the Organization and Process Excellence group at Intuit. While in this position, I was asked by the TaxAlmanac team to use my automation skills to import the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulation pages to this site. Due to my work on this project and my continued interaction with the original TaxAlmanac team, I was asked to move into the role of TaxAlmanac Moderator. I am very excited about TaxAlmanac and its potential to be a great resource for the tax community.

Things we're working on

  • Upgrades for the new user discussion forum
  • Additional tax research content
  • Redesign of the site to make it easier to use and organized around how users need to access information.

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