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2019 Tax Season in Data: 06/15/2020

By Mark McAndrew on 6/22/20 9:00 AM

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Being the fan of cliché’s and motivation quotes that I am, I’ve provided you a few throughout this blog series. In that spirit, here is a turn of phrase we’ve all used at some point, I’m sure, and coincidentally one that inspired Ben Franklin to come up with the quote I offered in my last blog. “There is no time like the present; a thousand unforeseen circumstances may interrupt you at a future time.”

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2019 Tax Season in Data: 05/20/2020

By Mark McAndrew on 5/25/20 9:00 AM

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"Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today."

Benjamin Franklin is responsible for that piece of advice, and it's as accurate now as it was when he first said it in the eighteenth century. Rarely is postponi

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2019 Tax Season in Data: 05/04/2020

By Mark McAndrew on 5/7/20 9:00 AM

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Yogi Berra once said, “If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.” It’s a funny quip, one of those sayings that, on the one hand, doesn’t make much sense but, on the other, makes all the sense in the world. If you don’t know in advance where you want to be, how will you get to where you want to go? It seems like a reasonable concept, but when the course you plot changes, how will you react?

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2019 Tax Season in Data: 04/20/2020

By Mark McAndrew on 4/23/20 9:00 AM

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The simple definition of momentum is “mass in motion.” All objects have mass, so if an object is moving, then it has momentum - it has its mass in motion. The amount of momentum that an object (“it”) has is dependent upon two variables: how much and how fast “it” is moving.

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2019 Tax Season in Data: 04/01/2020

By Mark McAndrew on 4/6/20 9:00 AM

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It is an interesting time to be an accountant, especially for those of you who prepare, review, or file tax returns. Much like the adage, “may you live in interesting times,” we certainly do, and with it brings new challenges.

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