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Billjam and Ed,

Thanks for the suggestions. Our return was an 1120 with no extra schedules with revenues and expenses very similar to last year, we could do it, just have to take the time.

- and I don't mind investing the time to learn. I think its important to know what goes into the preparation of taxes, even if someone else ultimately does it for you.

Mostly i just wanted input on whether having a CPA prepare the company's taxes had any beneficial effect beyond that of knowing more about the topic than I did and therefore more likely to be accurate.

I received some feedback on that question from the other Bill.


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