Already, many tax professionals are gearing up for the next tax season. As well as thinking about their immediate priorities, many of them will be wondering how this year’s lessons can become the basis for next year’s improvements.
The increasing digitalisation of the profession is changing the way practices and their clients operate. The good news is that solving the digital challenge also means solving some of the problems associated with the annual spike in tax workload.
We asked Kevin Reed, a writer and freelance journalist with extensive experience of the profession, to find out how some practitioners are approaching the task.
The result is this practical guide to help you and your practice navigate the tax filing season more effectively and make long-lasting improvements to the way you work in the future.