Leveraging the Pain of Tax Season

February 19, 2015
Dana Greenstein

Ah, the emotions of tax season: the rising sense of intensity and excitement followed by the descent into exhaustion.  While the season represents some of the key compliance areas that are the center of the industry, it also introduces the stress level that drives some into early retirement.  Instead of waiting till the end of the season to discuss the challenging factors of the season, do it now while you still have the clarity of mind on the truer sources of conflict and pain.  Unite with your colleagues by publicly writing your pain points on a break room poster board or an online posting board for the firm. Make sure the information is organized for maximum usefulness.  Read more of Thomson Reuters Will Hill’s take on leveraging the tax season stress on the Accounting Today.


Dana Greenstein
Public Relations Manager
Tel: +1 212 337 4129
Email: dana.greenstein@thomsonreuters.com

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