A little tax humor for Busy Season, as collected, curated and refined by Robert E. McKenzie. Enjoy!
BUSY SEASON MANAGEMENT
CPA firms are doing well. Tax prep, not so much.
By Beth Bellor
Unintended consequences: Pushing low-end taxpayer-clients to tax professionals. By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines Online accounts at the IRS are a good idea, but maybe not as good as the IRS would like to think – certainly not as good as … Continued
By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines When the Internal Revenue Service launched its “Future State Initiative” in 2016, it promised a new and admirable level of service. From then on, taxpayers could expect the same level of service when dealing with … Continued
IRS adopts confusing, misleading terminology. But it’s all very real. By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines Tax professionals and accounting firms need to be aware that their clients may face two kinds of Internal Revenue audits: Real and Unreal. Really. SPECIAL … Continued
What accountants can do to help. And 20 other problems.
Not a good way to start Tax Season 2018. By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines An angry and frustrated National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson has slammed Congress hard in the Taxpayer Advocate Service 2017 Annual Report to Congress. After a … Continued
CPA Trendlines expert author sets sessions for Dec. 16, 20 and 21.
Lay the foundation for work you didn’t have time to do earlier this year.
By Ed Mendlowitz
The CPA Trendlines Practice Doctor
No more ‘off-season!’ Seven post-season tactics for building income streams year-round.
By Jassen Bowman