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Sandy Botkin: Here’s the reason: there was a study done in 2006 by the IRS which was confirmed by the Canada Revenue Agency for their people, and here’s what they found: that people who do their own tax return have double the error rate of that of a professional accountant, like a CPA or enrolled agent or an attorney. Double the error rate, which means if you do your own return, you are increasing your chances of an audit. First of all, you’re increasing your chances of making a mistake, both for or against yourself, and if you get into a problem, who’s going to represent you? The box? That’s why I rarely, if ever, recommend doing your own tax return, and I’m not saying this because I’m a CPA. I feel very strongly about that.

Young businesswoman misunderstanding her business taxes.

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