Now that the tax season is ending and we can take a little breather what advice or tips could you give others on time management/work for the busy season?
Neil well said!
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I want to stress I say all of the following as someone who should NOT be throwing stones while living in glass houses…I am as 100% guilty of any of the following as anyone:
The following I have been successful with and it helps immensely:
I try to leave Friday open with no appointments all year round. It does work, but I try.
I have been thinking of charge an after hour fee for clients who come in after 6 pm.