At 2003-03-31T16:08:21Z, "Brooks R. Robinson" <email@example.com> writes: > As a CPA (not in public practice), I find that Turbo Tax does a fairly > adequate job of asking all the "right" questions. It should work well for > a large portion of the population. [...] As for a CPA, make sure that an > actual CPA looks over your return and signs off on it. It's real easy to > hire cheap, temporary, semi-trained labor to do the returns. Make > absolutely sure you get what you pay for. I should probably mention here that I've been working with the aforementioned CPA for the last year to plan for this moment. In our case, we sort of had to: my wife started a new professional corporation and I launched a home-offce-based consulting company. While it may be technically possible for an intelligent person to work through the ensuing mess, I was quite happy to pay someone else to do it The Right Way. Brooks, of interest directly to you, I just moved from Missouri to Nebraska, so I went from being your eastern next-door neighbor to your northern next-door neighbor. Our state returns were probably very similar to yours. By contrast to the federal returns, *anything* seems pretty straightforward and logical. :) -- Kirk Strauser In Googlis non est, ergo non est.
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