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As the proposed new 1040 is reportedly smaller than the usual photocopy sheet I am wondering if it will not look a bit odd to our clients. Any thoughts on this? 

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I keep hoping ATX will let us print both half pages on one page instead of having giant white spaces on two pages. And the Schedules should print contiguously.

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That was my thought as well Abby. Perhaps the form will still fit the 81/2 x 11 page even though it has fewer lines. I can only imagine the effect that a page with a huge white gap followed by another with a big gap would have on clients. 😯

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2 hours ago, Christian said:

That was my thought as well Abby. Perhaps the form will still fit the 81/2 x 11 page even though it has fewer lines. I can only imagine the effect that a page with a huge white gap followed by another with a big gap would have on clients. 😯

 

2 hours ago, cbslee said:

Perhaps we can print on perforated paper and remove the blank portion at the bottom !

The bottom half could be a coupon for 10% off for referring a new client. Or a free pizza.

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21 hours ago, JohnH said:

The bottom half could be a voter registration card, with instructions.

Instructions on who to vote for?

 

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12 minutes ago, Randall said:

Instructions on who to vote for?

 

Depends upon how badly you want to keep the client.

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3 hours ago, Richcpaman said:

I don't ever print 1040-EZ, why would I ever print the "postcard"?

Because that's all there will be for 2018 and forward. Unless someone comes to their senses and we return to the old 1040 or something similar.

 

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4 hours ago, Richcpaman said:

I don't ever print 1040-EZ, why would I ever print the "postcard"?

 So that you can wave it around and say to your client,  "Now you can file your return on a postcard ! 😋

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1 hour ago, JohnH said:

Depends upon how badly you want to keep the client.

Although I must add that any adult who is so ill-informed that  they need to be reminded/encouraged to register probably should not be voting anyhow.  (Oh, the irony)

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I told my client that my fees are going up next year due to postcard tax return. Client asked why because now I have to print more pages cost more toner to my printer.

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20 hours ago, Randall said:

Instructions on who to vote for?

Or a simple note "Brought to you by YOUR personal legis-vermin 'representative'. Remember in November!"

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2 hours ago, Catherine said:

Or a simple note "Brought to you by YOUR personal legis-vermin 'representative'. Remember in November!"

I am voting a straight ticket.

I am a member of the "Anti-incumbent" Party.

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I vote for NO incumbents! With the possible exception of someone local who I know did a really good job. State and federal, we need new blood badly.

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We had a politician over for dinner.  The more loudly he proclaimed his honesty, the faster we counted our silverware.

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