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January 22, 2009

Publisher's Note
Yvonne Olson’s article 10 ways CPAs (and their assistants) recognize tax season is a grand start to a lengthy list that all accountants immersed in tax work could build and embellish.  We invite you to add to the merriment, which you can do at the bottom of Yvonne’s tally on the Post Comments tab.  Why not make it a game or contest at your firm/company?  Get your co-workers involved and add to the scroll!  

I am very guilty of #2, the constant re-heating of the coffee mug.  Some of the others on the list, frankly, kinda scare me.  Post your additions to 10 Ways to Recognize Tax Season!

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