The Land Mines in Tax Returns

Woman reading paper document at office desk in front of computerData entry errors = public beheadings.

By Frank Stitely
The Relentless CPA

Your next role as CEO is reviewer. There are two types of review: primary and secondary.

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Depending on the size of your firm, you may only have primary reviews. If your firm consists of you and a preparer, you won’t have a second level of review. I don’t consider the self-review as a review step. I consider it part of preparation.