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Episode 14: Torqued on Taxes? Revving Up the Engines of Software vs Personal Professional Service.

February 07, 2024 Eric & Melissa Broughton Episode 14
The Real Buzz
Episode 14: Torqued on Taxes? Revving Up the Engines of Software vs Personal Professional Service.
Show Notes

Ever felt like navigating the tax system is like trying to solve a Rubik's Cube in the dark? Join us, Melissa and Eric, as we shine a light on the tax labyrinth, helping you crack the code. This episode isn't just a run-of-the-mill tax talk; it's a treasure map to the gold mines of tax benefits for both individuals and business owners. We tackle the eternal debate: tax software versus a flesh-and-blood tax pro. While software might seem like a safe haven for W-2 wage earners, we reveal why entrepreneurs might need a more tailored approach and how important your involvement is – yes, even if you're not a numbers person.

Think of your tax advisor as the trusted mechanic for your financial vehicle. We'll discuss the horsepower needed from a tax professional who doesn't just fill in the blanks but understands the terrain of your industry.  From the false comfort of audit protection to the necessity of year-round tax guidance, we emphasize the importance of well-timed collaboration between you and your tax expert. Just like a mechanic diagnosing a car, a tax pro needs all the details to keep your financial engine running smoothly – we explore how to keep that relationship finely tuned.

You'll learn how a good tax professional isn't just a number cruncher but a navigator of tax seas – someone who's got your back when the waters get choppy with audits or unexpected tax events. Grasp the significance of mutual respect and preparedness and how these elements forge a strong alliance with your tax preparer. So, if you're ready to conquer taxes with confidence, let's buzz through the world of taxes together – because at Busy Bee Advisors, we're all about making taxes... well,  less taxing.

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