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Is there any benefit to using a tax attorney versus an accountant? I think my taxes are reaching a level of complexity requiring a degree of attention to minutiae that I am unwilling to suffer.

How do I assess how "good" a tax preparer is or if they'll meet my needs--given that I have no real idea what my needs should be.

I generally have a part-time job and also work as an independent contractor. So I have a bunch of income which had nothing withheld along with regular salary.


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