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From GoLocalProv by Kristin MacRae, GoLocalProv Organizing Expert:
We are in the middle of tax season. Have you filed yet? Are you still scrambling to search for all the paperwork your accountant requested? Do you have to file for an extension? Has your accountant charged you an extra fee because you were disorganized?
Get organized now and you won’t run into this problem next year. The reason you are not prepared is that you don’t have working organized systems in place. How many of you have walked into your accountant’s office with a brown paper bag full of receipts and disheveled paperwork?
If you had a difficult time this tax season, it’s time to create systems so next year will be painless and stress free. Here are 5 things you can do now to get ready for next year’s tax season.
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