Lockdowns, the second wave and cashflow crunches – 2020 has been a challenging year for many accountants in practice.
So this tax season, the QXAS team is bringing valuable guidance, exceptional resources and free strategy sessions to alleviate the “crunch” most accountants are facing and contribute to the finishing this year off with profitability and peace of mind for accountants.
From knowledge articles to strategy documents, free resources and templates. We’ve got all the support you need.
A comprehensive guide on all the right moves for more profits, less pressure this tax season.
How to navigate difficult conversations with clients this tax season.
QX accountants have created a free PTR checklist to help you easily collect data from your clients.
How QXAS delivered 700+ tax returns from October 2017 to January 2018.
A light-read for accountants to learn from cautionary tales of tax season workload, client management
Tips and tricks to sail through this tax season while managing your firm from home.
Here’s a guide to help accountants navigate this rush season with less strain, more profits with the help of last-minute solutions to finish the tax returns by the deadline.
We’re bringing you up-to-date useful, insightful articles and resources to help you make the most informed decisions this tax season.
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Can you relate? We’ve spoken to almost 300 accountants to know what they’re struggling the most with during tax season 2020
With most businesses recovering after pandemic, your clients would need extra- guidance, support and time from you tax season. Something that accountants often find to difficult to juggle with, in the face of existing tax returns workload.
Whether you are running your firm from home or from the offices, between the re-adjustments and managing your old and new clients and the team would leave you very little time in managing the incoming volume of tax returns.
Tax reliefs and deferrals had formed a key part of computing taxes this tax season. Whether you’re clients are out of water or still struggling, tax relief will be major part of your filing this year.
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