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answer: a big cha-ching!
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this may be the season for tax filing, but accountants failing to leverage prep into planning and advisory are missing out on a lot of potential revenue.
the average annual fee for tax planning and advisory services is $2,351—five times the average annual tax prep fee of $459, according to a new study.