The tax season that just ended brought special challenges, ranging from new due diligence requirements to widespread uncertainty about the whole future of American taxpaying. Now that Tax Day is fading fast in the rear-view mirror, preparers are ready to discuss what missteps made good lessons for being more prepared next year.

“I’d clone myself so that the two of me could take turns sleeping,” said John Dundon, an Enrolled Agent and president of Taxpayer Advocacy Services in Englewood, Colo. “I’d [also] remind myself every day, morning noon and night, to be more deliberate in all my works, joys actions and sufferings, even if it appears to slow the entire team down.”

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