Documentation Tips for the End of Tax Season

CPAs are considered to be experts in documentation by jurors (who are members of the public), and falling short of that expectation when faced with a liability lawsuit may be viewed by the public as negligent and below the standard of care for the services rendered.

The following are some documentation tips to follow for tax season:

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