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Another Successful Tax Season | Tax Tip of the Week | No. 142 April 18, 2012

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The Week After Tax Season

Aaaah……The week after tax season (and the first full weekend home in two and half months) is the best week in a tax accountant’s life!

We met a lot of new clients this year because of referrals from existing clients, and readers of our Tax Tip of the Week.  Thank you!  A referral is the best compliment we can ever receive.

Even though tax season is over—we will continue our Tax Tip of the Week mailing for the rest of the year.  We will keep you updated on the constant changes as well as spotlighting specific tax planning ideas.

If there are any special tax topics you would like us to cover, just send us an email or give us a call.

Again, thank you for making this one of most rewarding tax seasons yet.

As always, give us a call if you have any questions.

You can contact us in Dayton at 937-436-3133 and in Xenia at 937-372-3504.  Or visit our website.

Rick Prewitt – the guy behind TTW

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…until next week.



1. Joan - April 18, 2012

Hi Rick,
With the Presidential election this year, and the related topic of tax reform inevitably popping up, I’m curious what reforms you would suggest if President Obama or the Republican candidate, looking like Mr. Romney, were to call you and ask your advice. (Generally speaking I mean, although I’m sure you could get extremely detailed!)
By the way, really enjoy the Tax Tip of the Week email!

2. bradstreetblogger - April 24, 2012

Hi Joan,

Thank you for your comment / question! I’ll tell you the job that either candidate has in front of them will make for some tough choices, and not choices that I would want to make! I think if they called and asked for my advice I would lead with that there might be opportunities for cost savings on both the government end and the taxpayer end if the entire process was simplified, specifically the post filing process, i.e. the IRS correspondence and audit phases. Thank you for your kind words, we love producing the tax tip of the week!