In 2012, I wrote that new IRS requirements on preparers regarding earned income credit claims would drive up fees. That’s been the case, but it’s not as bad as I had predicted.
In Part 1 I laid out how tax season went for me in general. Having a salivary gland removed from my mouth was the highlight – if you can call it that – of my season. Here in part 2, I’ll talk about the trends I noticed. In no particular order: Couples in same-sex marriages […]
I’m always confused when an unethical client bothers seeking out the help of a licensed professional.
Editorial commentary outlining just a few of the ridiculous IRS situations I’ve dealt with recently.
Reading about the Affordable Care Act doesn’t make one an “ACA Specialist.”
The IRS’s tax preparer directory will likely be bad news for Enrolled Agents.
I now require a year-round relationship with business clients before I’ll prepare their tax return.
The struggles faced in getting a not-for-profit off the ground are similar to those of a small business … with a few key differences.
I had the honor of attending the Schuldiner/Smollan Memorial Leadership Academy through the National Association of Enrolled Agents.
It’s okay to be a business owner who decides to stay small instead of grow and expand.