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September 29, 2008


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To each his own, but in my opinion, if you have to know enough to be able to check your tax preparer's work and make corrections, you know enough to just do it yourself and save the $700 fee. Or at least just pay $80 for Quicken. That's my opinion anyway.

It just goes to show you that our tax system is way overly complex.

-- Steven

I've been preparing my own tax returns for decades and it has never taken me more than 10-15 minutes to prepare federal, state, and local returns combined.

$700? I've never paid my guy more than $100 and he's always gotten me more back than what he cost.

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