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Subject: Where to go fro tax prep. Date: 2/13/2002 3:55 PM
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I need to find someone to do my tax preperation for me. I need to file for 1999-2001. Yes, I am aware of that there will be penalties invovled.
I moved in Oct. of 2001 to another state, had my own business which I kept bad records for, simply because I didn't make very much money. I bought and sold a house, bought a used SUV and a new computer in that time. Perhaps you don't need to know that information.
Anyway, any thoughts as to where I should or shoud not go?
H&R Block? Jackson Hewitt? A smaller local company? A CPA?
Thanks for your time and advice!
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