May 1, 2014

Thomson Reuters Checkpoint Learning Launches Bimonthly Newsletter for Tax and Accounting Professionals

NEW YORK - Thomson Reuters today announced the launch of a bimonthly electronic newsletter for corporate tax and accounting professionals.

This free newsletter is published by Checkpoint Learning, the leader in continuing professional education and training solutions for tax, accounting, audit, and finance professionals, and the Bisk CPEasy editorial team. It is designed to help readers stay informed of critical and timely corporate tax and accounting news, providing key industry updates and insights.

The newsletter will cover a wide range of issues relevant to corporate tax and accounting professionals. Topics in the inaugural issue included crowdfunding, Obamacare, accumulated other comprehensive income, and standard mileage rates. The April issue covers cyber crime, capital budget and management, tax extenders legislation, and strategy and security in the cloud.

"We are excited to introduce this newsletter as an additional informational resource for our readers," said Ken Koskay, Senior Vice President of learning solutions in the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. "It can be difficult to stay up-to-date on all of the latest tax and accounting news developments. This newsletter will bring the news directly to readers' inboxes."

For more information about the newsletter and to subscribe, visit

The newsletter is available to all tax and accounting professionals. Past and current issues can be viewed on our website at

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