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We have officially reached the point in busy season where our friends in tax are exhausted, cranky, and can’t distinguish between dreams and reality anymore.
Have you ever been so exhausted but also committed to the gym that you get on the elliptical and close your eyes to take a nap while ellipticalling and get rudely awoken when you face plant into the machine? No? Oh. #busyseason
— Korbyn Koerner (@KorbynKoerner) February 28, 2020
— Tommy Odom (F3 Zalinsky) (@tommyodom83) March 4, 2020
That awkward moment when your iPhone bedtime reminder goes off on your phone… And you are still working at your desk… #busyseason
— Half Black Panther (@imjordanrodgers) March 4, 2020
I think I've reached the point of tax season where I really want it to end. That turned ugly fast.
— StevenFCPA (@stevenfcpa) March 2, 2020
#TaxTwitter trying really hard not to lose my collective $#!+ today with the constant barrage of phone calls, e-mails and staff interruptions.
— StevenFCPA (@stevenfcpa) March 3, 2020
The real tax season struggle is having dreams about clients and waking up and being unable to distinguish dream from reality. #taxseason
— Andrea Carr CPA (@andreacpa0) March 4, 2020
Just spent 10 minutes searching my car for the Wallet I lost in the 30 seconds from when I used it to enter the work garage till when I parked.
— Kyle J. Bauman, CPA (@kjb_cpa) February 29, 2020
You know you deep in the heart of tax season when you are standing at the bathroom sink in the morning and you aren't exactly sure what day it is….I do know we lose 1 hour of sleep this weekend and that is SUPER AWESOME! #taxtwitter #arewethereyet
— Cam Matheny (@CamMatheny) March 4, 2020
CCH Axcess Tax …the tax season joys begin. Slowness, freezing, unable to login. 😩 So, how are the rest of my CPA friends today? It’s just peachy over here.
— Chuck Odom, CPA (@WFUDeac) March 3, 2020
Early April please. Then I can get out of tax season earlier. https://t.co/fjiVt9ILrG
— Stacey (@sshruff1) March 3, 2020
— Lindsey Starrett, CPA, CCIFP (@LindseyStarrett) March 4, 2020
You know it's the middle of tax season when it's the most beautiful day outside.
— Tax TeleGraf (@LoganGrafTax) February 29, 2020
Have a great rest of the week, everyone.