I've always prepared my own tax returns. In 2002, I sold a rental property. It was converted from personal to rental property in 1997.I'm thinking this year's tax return will stretch me beyond my limits in terms of complexity and head banging. I've been asking friends and coworkers for tax preparer recommendations.I'd appreciate any feedback on the following:(1) Would it be possible (and less expensive) to hire someone to only prepare the schedules related to the sale of the property? ( I can probably handle the rest)(2) For this level of complexity, how high do I need to go? a certified tax preparation person? an accountant? a CPA? (I am not familiar with the expertise levels of tax preparation professionals)Thank you in advance, HR
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