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November 27, 2022

Accountants: Tell Us Your Busy Season Problems

As many professionals embark on the tumultuous journey that are the busy season months of January, February, March, and April, it is inevitable that known and unknown problems will arise. Some of these are client-initiated and others are co-worker-initiated. Some of them are simple problems; some of them are complex problems. Some involve food odor; some involve body odor:

My senior takes his shoes off in the audit room.  Peeeuuuuuuu

In this particular instance we ask that you look at the bright side — at least his pants remain on.

Whatever the case may be, they are all busy season problems and there’s no reason that you should face your BSPs alone. We’ll advise you best we can. Just email us at [email protected] and put “Busy Season Problems” in the subject line.

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