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The 2015 busy season may go down in the annals of accountancy as one of the worst ever. And let’s hope that’s as bad as it ever gets.
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Remember a year ago? The roll-out of the Affordable Care Act, the revamped IRS forms coming out in February, a widespread need for new software, people getting sick, and then it snowed, and then it snowed some more.
This year’s looking a lot better, according to early responses to the CPA Trendlines 2016 Busy Season Barometer.