Busy Season Problems: Sunday Funday, Lost Tax Documents, In Need of Super Powers

We are officially one week away until our tax pro friends complete the long, arduous first leg of busy season. And based on all the extensions they are filing for procrastinating clients, the second leg of busy season, which wraps up this year on Oct. 17, might be just as crazy. Let’s take a look at how things have been going for the Internet’s most vexed tax accountants in the last 48 hours or so:

We hope everyone is able to keep violence to a minimum this week, no matter how much you’d like to strangle some of your clients.

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