Episode 21 | 20 Mins

Why You All Up In My Business??

by | Feb 17, 2020 | 0 comments

The IRS requires paid preparers to ask questions to make sure the information presented on the return is complete, correct, and consistent. In this episode I explain why we ask such probing questions.

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The IRS requires paid preparers to ask questions to make sure the information presented on the return is complete, correct, and consistent. In this episode I explain why we ask such probing questions.

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