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By Rick Telberg
America’s tax practitioners are in a swirl of fear, hope, and frustration as they recover from the IRS shutdown, present their clients with the realities of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, and scramble to deal with new regulations, unobtainable IRS forms, obsolete software, and inevitable filing extensions.
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The 2019 CPA Trendlines Busy Season Barometer is forecasting a profitable year, but the higher revenues are coming with higher anxiety. READ MORE →