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August 30, 2012


Cindy Galford

Excellent blog Trish! This too is one of my pet peeves. Each year I pick up at least one new client that has always done their own return, but have no idea that a portion of their social security may be taxed. They come to me in the hopes that they have calculated something wrong...and in most cases, they haven't. Good for my business, bad for my clients.

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