I've decided to keep plugging away but not at the urgency I'd normally put in at this point in tax season. I locked out clients as of this past Monday. Dropbox exchange only. Phone is still ringing, ringing, ringing. I'm in northeast Indiana. Many here (large Amish community) think this is blown out of proportion.
There's always those extended Corporations to deal with. Sitting there. Waiting. Judging you with those eyes. Whoops trailed off there for a moment. I might need a power nap!
Central Ohio here. Office is in an interesting varied community, plenty of gray-hairs and die-hard Right leaners, defiant of most all advised precautions.
(Yes actual details would be a nice bonus.)
@User ID 61 wrote:
There's always those extended Corporations to deal with. Sitting there. Waiting. Judging you with those eyes.
This one made me burst out laughing. Great to see that I'm not the only one with that nagging feeling!
On a lighter note, it's been great to have both you and @dascpa around this year. A welcome addition to the community.
Are you in California? Because it's a quandary there. As I understand it, medical marijuana dispensers are essential businesses, but tax practitioners are not.
"You can make an appointment or walk in, and know we are following guidelines with your safety in mind." -- H&R Block CEO Jeff Jones, his latest message posted March 13.