Tax Season’s Greetings, Everyone

Coming off the heels of one of the worst tax seasons on record, the 2020 tax season can’t be any worse, can it?

Well #taxtwitter has been kinda quiet so far today, the first day of tax season 2020, so you guys have either been super busy right out of the gate or you’ve had nothing to complain about … yet.

I’ve noticed that lot of people are still reeling from the news of the helicopter crash in California yesterday that claimed the lives of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven other passengers:

If you need a laugh or a quick diversion from your work or life, be sure to check out our Busy Season Zen archive. We’ll be adding to it in the coming months.

We’ll also be doing some #busyseasonproblems posts this tax season. If you’ve got a busy season problem, shoot us an email at [email protected] with “Busy Season Problems” in the subject line. This person has #busyseasonproblems:

Hang in there, guys and gals.

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