What a crazy tax season this was. Due to Covid-19, everything was shut down, the tax deadline was delayed for three months, stimulus checks were rushed out based on tax data that was not required to be filed yet, and, everyone was just trying to adjust to an unprecedented pandemic. But, we made it. The mad rush is officially over. I still have a few returns that were put on extension, but I spent today just trying to decompress.
As my practice has been nearly entirely virtual for the last few years, I had little difficulty in figuring out how to move forward in the middle of tax season. I feel very fortunate about that. This season reaffirms that it is possible to not do taxes the traditional way.
I also feel extremely fortunate that I was able to grow my practice during this pandemic that has crippled so many.
Now, it is time to catch up on all of the other "stuff." I am going to be digging in to designing the virtual practice, figuring out how to blog in a consistent manner, loading up on continuing education, and doing all kinds of things to make next season even better. It will be here before we know it.
If you haven't filed yet, it's not too late. Failure-to-file penalties are worse than failure-to-pay penalties. So, even if you can't pay your tax bill right now, you will still want to file. Let us know if we can help!