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Having the right team of advisors is critical to achieving your financial goals faster than you ever thought possible. For most people, taxes are the single biggest expense. This makes finding the right tax preparer for your team extremely important.
First, not all tax preparers are the same. I previously wrote an article about this last year titled: "Tax Returns - Are they really all created equal", and you may be as surprised as other readers about just how much tax return preparation can vary.
How you answer this question will impact what type of tax preparer you need on your team. I've asked this questions to clients, prospects and colleagues. I have compiled the most popular answers and what it means to you as you find the tax preparer for your team. Show the tax preparer you are interviewing your prior year tax return. Creative tax preparers will be able to give you at least one idea of what you can do to reduce your taxes by looking at your tax return for just a few minutes. If it's creativity you are after, this is a great question to ask! But don't expect the tax preparer to give you all the details right then and there - that's why you pay them! This may seem like an odd question for minimizing your taxes but it has a direct impact. If your tax preparer allows you to provide your information a week before the tax return is due, it's very unlikely that the tax preparer will have the time to focus on your return to truly minimize your taxes. Tax preparers that want to reduce your taxes want your tax return information early and will communicate that to you.