Image courtesy of user Geralt on Pixabay.com It's the first week of May and I'm finally getting around to writing my annual tax season recap. That should tell you how my tax season went. Oprah Crap A few years ago, I included a personal anecdote in a blog post, and someone wrote to me [...]
It’s easy for the “consultants” and “experts” to say accountants should provide proactive advice. They make it sound like we’re doing our clients wrong by not being proactive. But it’s a two-way street. There’s only so much the accountant can do if the client won’t act on your advice.
Sometimes I wish I could just prepare 1040-EZs all day from January through April. Charge $40 per return, hammer them out in five minutes as people sit in front of me, collect my money, and move onto the next in line.