Don’t worry!  Most documents have  been received by clients. Except for the possible outstanding K-1s from partnerships and Sub S Corporation clients have received W-2s, 1099s, etc… Now is the time to commit and not procrastinate and contact your CPA to set up that all important meeting. I enjoying spending time with my clients going thru their documents and answering any questions that they have. Be careful if you are a new business owner and you set up an LLC last year that is taxed as a corporation. LLCs taxed as corporations have a due date of March 15th.  Communication is the key at this time of year. Here  are a few things you can do to help the process:

1. Organize your documents: W-2s, 1099int, 1099-R, 1098 etc…

2. Write a list of questions or concerns.

3. Contact your CPA and arrive on time.

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