Busy Season Problems: Quick Client Questions, Annoying Train Whistles, Autocorrect Fails

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It’s been exactly one month since tax season 2020 began. So let’s check in and see how busy season is treating our friends in tax so far:

And we can’t forget about our friends in audit who also are dealing with their own busy season hell:

And from Fishbowl …

Hang in there, guys. And if you need to clear your head for a few minutes and watch something dumb/relaxing/funny, we got you covered.

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