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“At the senior accountant level, that’s where you get into a bit more complicated research, and it’s really hard for those at that level to know what questions they should be asking and how to frame the research. We found the tools available in Blue J have helped them really understand the questions they should be asking up front.”

– Sarah Russell, Shareholder, Clayton & McKervey

Today, the majority of accounting firms find it difficult to efficiency and competence in tax research. Tax research is very complex and traditionally time consuming. As tax laws continue to evolve, the levels of complexity only increase. Cutting through the noise and finding the right answers faster is essential to being a tax leader. That’s why Clayton & McKervey shareholder Sarah Russell turned to Blue J.

As a resource person for tax strategies at Clayton & McKervey, Sarah assists owners and management teams with R&D tax credits and international tax advice and compliance. She seeks global solutions to advise clients on global operational structuring, use of foreign tax credits, tax treaty analysis and more. It works both with national companies that are expanding internationally and with foreign companies.

With Blue J, Sarah has managed to harness a tremendous level of efficiency in tax research. Not only does her team work faster, but they are able to further develop their tax skills by allowing the Blue J platform to guide their critical thinking and understanding of relevant factors on different tax issues.

Learn about Sarah’s journey using Blue J and the major impact it has had on her competitiveness, service quality and bottom line.

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