I have a feeling reserved for special professionals. IRS agents and CPAs. It’s a darker view spinning on my mistrust of trust about my money. So, I sat up in my desk chair quite straight reading this. It is a sobering view of our reality. And it’s by a CPA. I would urge you to read it. But you probably won’t. For the reasons Kyle states below.
If you’re like many CPAs, you don’t use words like “maybe,” “probably,” “perhaps” or “possibly” – at least in the workplace. Those are messy words that leave too much room for ambiguity and uncertainty. Unfortunately, that messy pool of ambiguity is where the world is headed and your clients expect you to help them wade through those murky waters of uncertainty.