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November 21, 2022

Going Concern March Madness: The #BusySeasonProblems Championship — Deteriorating Mental Health vs. That Voice Inside Your Head

Here we are. After hashing through 62 other busy season problems, we've arrived at the championship for this year's GCMM. 

It's been interesting to watch this tournament develop and learn what causes the annual busy season to be so terrible for accountants. Everyone has their own beloved annoyances, but to see the #6 Degrading mental health and #9 "WTF am I doing with my life?" emerge in this championship is telling.  

But we'll save that conversation for next week (or start it now, if you like). For now, get to voting! Let's decide once and for all what the worst busy season problem is. This poll will stay open through midnight on Monday morning. VOTE.   

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