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On Thursday, November 2nd, the House GOP leaders took a big step in their attempt to overhaul the US tax code by releasing legislation that proposes several changes to the current system.
When you enter the world of public accounting, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. The learning curve is steep and you will encounter many roadblocks along the way – especially during the infamous “busy season.” Throughout my first busy season, I truly began to understand the magnitude of this time of year – the work got harder and the days got longer.
WE MISS BUSY SEASON! Don't you? Colleen is a Staff Accountant here at Brixey & Meyer and she experiencecd her first busy season as a full time employee this year. Below she shares, "3 Things I Learned From My First Busy Season."
As Bean Counters, each year there is a season we endure that is not associated with weather.
This season is called Tax Season, also known in our profession as "Busy Season." ...for good reason!
One would think that all Bean Counters are counting down those 105 days of glory...but remember, "we aren't your average bean counters." Long hours, copious amounts of caffeine, and a ticking timeline has nothing on our team...we will MISS tax season.