The big comeback: Tax pros look at returning to the office
It was supposed to have happened already (and for some workers in offices, it might have): full cubicles every workday, heads bobbing in the conference rooms, chats around the Keurig about the weekend.
The idea of a full return to the office now seems like a notion left behind in the Before Time.
“We continue to operate remotely. We originally planned to reopen our office after the Oct. 15 tax filing deadline. This has been postponed because of concerns over the Delta variant,” said James McGrory, a CPA and shareholder at Drucker & Scaccetti in Philadelphia. “In the meantime, we continue to have several professional and administrative personnel come to the office and serve as a response team if the need arises.”