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Busy Season Problems: You Deducted What?, Dumbest Conference Idea Ever, Clients Taking Ls

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It occurred to me the other day as I was setting up my bullet journal spreads for next month that it is almost April. How’d that happen? As I was casually drawing out colorful little calendar boxes, checklists, and doodles without a care in the world I remembered that there are a good number of people out there for whom doodling is way, way down the list of things they have time to do (sorry). Oh right, it’s busy season.

It’s been a while since we’ve checked in with #TaxTwitter so let’s do just that and see how things are going.

This year just feels different. Professionals are standing their ground, making time for self care, telling bad clients to take a leap, and LET ME TELL YOU am I happy to see it. Oh and extensions are the hottest trend in tax for 2023 (no, not the Jersey Shore kind). It’s beautiful. You’re doing great, keep it up ❤️


Ending on a positive note. Times they are a-changin’.

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