Over on the DepoMan forum, an interesting thread
came up about court reporters and their understanding (or, in the original poster's case, non-understanding) spouses ... and deeper into this thread, I ran across a post where a reporter's accountant didn't seem to understand the job of a court reporter (told her she couldn't deduct her business line (?!?)).
That got me thinking that it might be a good resource to have a list of accountants that understand the court reporting field -- preferably both freelance and officials.
So, who do you use? Why do you like them? Are they interested in taking on more clients (hopefully this thread will get them more business!)? Do they specialize in freelance reporters vice officials (or vice versa)? Can they handle both? What state are they in? <-- that one's kinda important!
Captioners and CART providers, feel free to jump in here as well. I'm not quite up on the tax situation for CART-ers and captioners, but I'm sure you could use a court reporter-friendly accountant as well!
Oh, and I will eventually place links to the accountants recommended here on ol' Cheap and Sleazy
, but that may be a while ... and, of course, depends on the response on this thread!
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