We Made It!
There are a few times a year when I ask you to forgive me for writing a smaller blog entry, and yes, this is one of them. Hopefully, everyone can understand why this is so.
For yes, we just made it through another tax season, and I need to let my brain recover. At the same time, though, these are some of my favorite pieces to write, and not just because I feel justified in doing a little less.
You see, although the rush to the end of tax season leaves us feeling a little ragged around here, it also leaves us feeling fulfilled. It is the time when we get to do a lot of work for a lot of different people, and that is amazing. There is such trust placed in us by all of our clients, big and small, that we just want to say thank you.
Although this feeling is something that comes up every tax season, it seems a little stronger this year. Some clients we see year after year, and their situation never changes that much. This doesn’t mean that their situation isn’t complicated, just that what they do with their money sees only minimal change. Now, though, everyone is entering a realm of uncertainty.
As I have said many times over the past few months, it is impossible to give answers that cover everyone when it comes to how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will affect your next tax return. It is possible, however, to say that everyone is going to see some differences. So if you want to get together again and start looking at what you can individually expect, we are happy to now start booking those appointments.
For the 2017 tax season has come to an end (well, minus those who filed for extensions, but the mad rush is over anyway), but our commitment to helping you navigate the often difficult waters that make up tax world does not end. So, we thank you again for the trust it takes to make that a successful partnership, and promise to only increase our pledge to help during these more uncertain times.
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