I don't remember who it was, but someone posted the other day saying they lost a client to a "tax preparer" that was going to charge $15 to prepare their return. Sounds like a 16 year return bundle and a $15 return preparer would be a good match. Maybe their stars will align and find each other. Seriously though, someone is clueless enough to call up a professional tax preparer the last week of March and expect them take on a project like that and have it done in a week? Luckily they called - I'm guessing there would have been some strong urges to strangle the idiot for asking something so stupid.