Happy Thanksgiving!

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IMG_0873We hope you are all having a wonderful day.  The Tax Atturkey was pardoned again this year, and sent back to work.  Some poor free-range, organic (expensive) replacement was found for the table.

Many of our frequent readers probably have noticed that Les has been slacking over the last week or two, and relying on Keith and our guests to carry the team (as have I).  I don’t have a good excuse, but Les does!

Les’ youngest daughter is now responsible for her own actions, having celebrated her bat mitzvah last weekend.  Congrats!!!  She is a wonderful young woman, so I doubt she will have much trouble with the new responsibility.FullSizeRender

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Stephen J. Olsen’s practice includes tax planning and controversy matters for individuals, businesses and exempt entities for the law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC.


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