Discussion:Hairdressers vs. Tax Preparers

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Norman-tx (talk|edits) said:

5 February 2014
I'm a little surprised that he mentioned EAs as qualified preparers; usually it's just CPAs.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/101375058

Gazoo (talk|edits) said:

5 February 2014
The excuse the states use to regulate the hairdressers is the public health, however, as others and I have pointed out, the average tax office might as well be an agarred petri dish left at room temperature: they are a bacteria and viral factory (I wouldn't be totally suprised to run into a prion in one of them).

We need to get back to vinyl seats so they can be wiped down with bleach at the end of the day. Avoid fabric seating like the plague. People here would faint if they knew the pathogen count on the average movie seat...and where it came from on the body.

All tax offices should be required to be steam-cleaned with superheated water on a weekly basis and from floor to ceiling. OSHA and the EPA and the FDA and the states need to act before this season is out.

Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

5 February 2014
Same article that I posted here?

Discussion: You can tell Tax Season is here

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