Here’s a Quick Way to Reduce E-mail in the Tax Department
With more and more work and less resources to get it done, what tax professional doesn’t want to reduce the amount of work they have to do in the tax department? Wouldn’t it be nice if, as a long day at the office was coming to an end, you didn’t have to still weed through your e-mail inbox trying to figure out which e-mails were the really important ones and which ones could just be filed away or deleted?
A while back, I read a Fast Company article in which they displayed the below infographic created by Online IT Degree. Distribute this decision tree in your tax department, have everyone refer to this prior to sending e-mails and see what happens.
Created by: OnlineITDegree.net
What did you think of the e-mail decision tree? Did you use it in the tax department? If so, did you find the amount of e-mail actually decreased? I would love to hear about your experiences. Please share in the comments below.