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Just home from my final Taxes for the Old and Befuddled session long enough to pour a tall glass of clear liquids.

The last day of my one season with H&R Block a clergyman walked in, with a bunch of those special handlings that clergy get. Clergy stuff had been barely touched on in the training and the state board exam for tax preparers didn't have any questions about it. So I and the office manager had to do some scrambling.

Earlier in the season I had my one farm return, with all the special stuff you have to do for animals and fuel burned only in farm vehicles. I was glad the folks didn't come back after a preliminary run-through showed that they were going to owe more than they were able to pay. (I tried--I called them and left several messages, not one to shirk his responsibilities in the face of a monumental challenge).

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