[IMGCAP(1)]A significant amount of planning is typically involved before most major events. For example, the D-Day invasion was planned and scheduled with extreme detail months before its execution on June 6, 1944. Likewise, accountants each year experience a tax season that requires detailed planning and precise execution.
One way to organize those efforts as tax season approaches is to think of your planning in terms of three general areas: capacity, communication and conclusion.
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