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Tax Preparers


The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that employment for tax preparers will decline by about 1 percent through 2029. Tax laws are constantly changing and growing more complex, however, so there will be continued need for tax professionals will. Recent surveys of employers in large metropolitan areas have found an adequate supply of tax preparers; prospects for employment may be better in smaller cities or rural areas. Also, the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted many industries and businesses, affecting people's income and slowing down the economy in 2020. Tax preparers will be needed to help people keep informed of tax laws that have changed during the pandemic, as well as post pandemic, and to file correct tax forms.

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