[IMGCAP(1)]Effective end-of-year letters and other communication with tax prep clients are more than reminders that those clients should hire you to do 2012 returns. They can also mean more, better-organized clients coming through the door when next tax season heats up, translating into faster return prep and more revenue.

But it’s important to advise clients that “this year is tougher than any previous year I can remember because we are in such turmoil,” said EA Cynthia Jeanguenat, of Horizons Unlimited Tax & Business Services, in Virginia Beach, Va., and a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents.

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