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Deadline Watch: October 15th

crawling.jpgOne week until all is right with the entire world, tax preparers. Oh sure, maybe since partnership returns are now due on September 15th, the October deadline doesn’t have the same urgency as in years past but at the very least, it marks the official end to another tax season.
There are still plenty of you that are still slogging through 1040s though, so hang in there. If you’ve got any last minute meltdowns or clients that are giving you serious heartburn, let us know or discuss in the comments.
The rest of you, commence schadenfreude. Unless you like the week leading up to a deadline. Sickos.

crawling.jpgOne week until all is right with the entire world, tax preparers. Oh sure, maybe since partnership returns are now due on September 15th, the October deadline doesn’t have the same urgency as in years past but at the very least, it marks the official end to another tax season.
There are still plenty of you that are still slogging through 1040s though, so hang in there. If you’ve got any last minute meltdowns or clients that are giving you serious heartburn, let us know or discuss in the comments.
The rest of you, commence schadenfreude. Unless you like the week leading up to a deadline. Sickos.

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