Tax season can either drain your small business or kick your organization into high gear. Finding the right fit to help with this strenuous season can be challenging. Avoid burnout and find the right help with these 7 tax season tips.
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With the tax deadline right around the corner, it’s crunch time for accounting firms. It’s time for employees to roll up their sleeves, put on the coffee pot and prepare for plenty of late nights at the office.
Tax season is officially in full swing. Perhaps you were tipped off to this fact by the piles of paperwork overtaking your desk. Or maybe it’s the recurrent nightmares about falling into a swirling sea of W-2s and 1099s.
Even the most passionate accountant may feel overwhelmed by the idea of tax season. The best way to calm your staff's nerves and keep your team operating smoothly is by preparing for the increased workloads and deadlines.
Accountants aren't the only workers who feel the crunch of tax reporting deadlines. Changes and updates in regulations and mountains of paperwork can stress out an entire office's staff.
Burnout can strike any employee in any industry. But the risk of work burnout is especially high for accounting and finance professionals during tax season, when client demands intensify, workloads rise, and April 15 deadline pressure mounts.
When it comes to their accounting teams, all business owners and corporate executives know one thing for sure: Workloads ebb and flow throughout the year, and, at times, there is too much work to do and too few people to do it. There's a reason temporary staffing is often an appealing option.
Empty energy drink cans overflowing the recycling bin. Dirty coffee mugs stacked high in the break room sink. A heightened sense of stress and overall moodiness around the office. These are all signs your team is in the thick of a busy period, such as tax season, and that you could focus on motivating your team.
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