IT GIANT CCH has announced it will publish its tax and accounting books in online format for the first time in the UK.
So far the technology business has produced its publications in print format in the UK. However, appetite for its e-books in the states means the company will now roll out publications online in the UK.
Sally Wilson, head of CCH information product management, said: “Our customers can now gain instant access to expert commentary and legislation while they are on the move on their e-Reader tablets, smart phones and laptops.
“They can download our e-books to multiple devices – up to a maximum of five downloads per link.”
Future titles such as Company Cars and Preparing Accounts for LLPs will be available online, as well as historic publications such as the Red and Green Books and Applying GAAP.
The e-books will be priced the same as their print equivalent.
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