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come tax seson
Can "come tax seson" mean an inverted sentence like "if tax season comes"? This seems quite odd. And what do you mean by "number crunchers"? Is it slang for accountants?
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Last edited by keannu; 25-Dec-2011 at 03:30.
Re: come tax seson
It means "when tax season comes" not "if ..."
Originally Posted by keannu
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