Don't want to do your taxes? Here's how to find a preparer
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Getting first hand recommendations from friends and family is still one of the best ways to hire someone, and this is true for tax preparers, according to a statement by the National Society of Accountants. Ask people what like about their tax preparer and find out if the kind of returns that person does are similar to yours.
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