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Survey: What Are Your Experiences with the Month-End Close?

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Hello, friends and readers of Going Concern. Today marks the official end of the spring tax season, and the unofficial end to busy season, so congratulations to all of you who survived with your sanity, dignity, and ideal body weight intact. Really, high praise if you got two out of three, and respect if you managed one.

Also, since you’ve all returned to everyday life, we hope you don’t mind taking this survey about your experiences with the month-end close. The survey is short, harmless and helps us out. Your participation is appreciated.

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