This Tax Season Is Going to Be Easier Than Last Year’s, Right? RIGHT?

“A lot of CPAs would agree that last year was the worst tax filing season in their professional career. But it would be a mistake to think the upcoming season will be easy just because everyone is now familiar with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. There may be a slight reduction in the complexities we face, but all in all it will be a challenging busy season.”

Bob Charron, tax practice leader at Friedman, told Accounting Today when asked what challenges CPAs will face during this year’s busy season.

An inside look at the 2020 tax season [Accounting Today]

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