I Have the Yips
I’ve gone back and forth over the last few months about whether or not to share this. Eventually I decided that this is a glimpse into the real-world side of running a tax practice. And so I’m sharing. —– I have the “yips.” Normally we think of the yips as something athletes deal with. The […]
I’m An Accountant, Not a Miracle Worker
Something I wish clients understood: I am not a miracle worker.
Mistakes I’ve Made: Not Including Prior Refund on Amended Return
Tax preparers make mistakes too. In this semi-irregular series, I reveal some of the mistakes I’ve made through the years.
From the Archives: The IRS’s Preparer Directory Will Be Bad News for Enrolled Agents
It’s a holiday week, so I’m re-publishing popular blog posts from the past. New material resumes next Tuesday the 10th. This post from almost exactly 2 years ago features me going on an editorial rant about the IRS’s “Directory of Federal Tax Return Preparers with Credentials and Select Qualifications.” Looking at this again with 2 […]
From the Archives: Why are Enrolled Agents So Crabby?
It’s a holiday week, so I’m re-posting popular blog posts from the past. This is one of my favorites. It was among my first forays into editorial commentary and defending the EA designation.
Ridiculous IRS Situations I’ve Recently Dealt With
Editorial commentary outlining just a few of the ridiculous IRS situations I’ve dealt with recently.