First off, this is my annual(ish) plea that you forgive a shorter message this time of year as we recover from the end of tax season. The energy level, well, it crashes a bit after the deadline passes. And of course, with extensions and such (and just regular work that isn’t tax return-related), work here is not exactly over, but things do ease up a bit when the weight of that deadline is removed.
Next, though, I do want to say that it was nice to have something closer to a regular tax season than we have had in a couple years. Of course, there were still plenty of pandemic issues involved in tax filing this year, but there was never any real serious talk about postponing the deadline, which was a welcome change. Here is to hoping that this return to normalcy continues and the next year treats us even better in that way.
Finally, I also want to give a thank you to all who are still with us after all those trying times - whether it be with filing your taxes, in one of those other non-tax-related areas, or all the above. The way that we have had to communicate and work together with our clients has changed over these last couple years, and it has definitely not always been a smooth transition. To be able to find ways to still make this happen, and still provide you with the services you need, has been challenging but rewarding. So thank you for coming with us on this journey and may it continue in ways both old and new.
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