Checking In From the Tax War

There is less than 2 weeks until the personal income tax filing deadline. It’s been a really busy season at Numberman LLC. I’m working up to 14 hours some days.

I enjoy it because it reminds me of the grinds I did fishing in Alaska. It’s nothing but work, eat, work, sleep, work, repeat. I’ve cleared all my recurring weekly commitments and turned down some fun events.

My eyes are on the prize and the end is nigh!

Ben Harris hamming it up with long-time client, John Aschenbrenner

Ben Harris hamming it up with long-time client, John Aschenbrenner

Thank You

Welcome to the new clients! I’m happy to have you. Thank you for choosing to Numberman LLC for your tax preparation needs. For returning clients, I’m always thrilled to see you again.

No Turning Back

The season started with technological issues: E-File and IRS complications. Then I had to rebuild a couple computers. No turning back though, I worked through it and came out stronger. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. I love challenges because that is where strengths are made and refined.

Beb Harris and John Aschenbrenner going over tax returns.

Ben Harris and John Aschenbrenner in a more serious moment going over tax returns.

Help Wanted

This is the third year of tax consulting and preparation at Numberman LLC. I believe this will be the last year I work alone. It’s time to grow and improve the process to better serve clients. (Hint, Hint) If you’ve ever thought about becoming a tax preparer, there are some great and cheap classes offered in the off season. Ask me about them and I’ll point you in the right direction.

That’s all for now. I’ve gotta get back to work on the last batch of returns.

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