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Hi Jeff!

Good to see you on this site. Are they having another memorial baseball tournament this spring in your son's honor? I didn't get to speak with you much in Dallas this past December. Kevinh5

Hi Jeff

Hi Jeff. Please email me at impromosmail@gmail.com regarding my post "Looking for a Tax Partner". I'd like to connect and see if we can work something out. Thanks, John Digitalacct 18:10, 6 April 2012 (UTC)Digitalacct

Hello Jeff!

good to see you here. How was the memorial tournament this year? Kevinh5

Hi Jeff

Hickory is about 2 1/2 hours away, but you would be very welcome there! You should check it out! I hope things are well. I'm in Las Vegas teaching at the NAEA conference this week. Kevinh5 21:03, 7 August 2012 (UTC)

AA

Just read your profile. What AA office were you in? Podolin 18:22, 5 November 2012 (UTC)

Contact info

I've moved your e-mail address from your new PM/BG discussion post, and added it to your user page instead. A couple of reasons:

  1. e-mail addresses on the discussion pages seem to get a lot of spam; apparently the spiders that crawl around websites picking up random e-mail addresses have an easier time finding them there than on the user pages.
  2. the regular users here - your intended audience, I'd guess - know to click on your user name to get contact info.
  3. ever since TaxAlmanac provided the user pages for members to provide more detailed info about themselves, it's been considered a violation of the advertising/self-linking policy to have contact info right on the discussions.

(You're a long-time user, and it's clear why you had included the contact info given your discussion topic, so on any other day we probably just woulda left it there, but earlier today both Kevin and I had to remove contact info from bunch of posts by a couple of newbies who were spamming their websites all over the Business Growth forum, clearly a violation of the policy. So enforcing it for them and not for you seemed a bit unfair.)

Trillium 21:14, 8 November 2012 (UTC)

Hi

Sorry to hear about the snow for the memorial game day. Weird weather. I'm coming to Ann Arbor next Thursday and Friday to speak for the Michigan NATP conference. I'm going to get over to Kalamazoo on Saturday to see my mother and maybe my sister. Hopefully it will be nice weather next week.

Yes, I see there are lots of practices for sale - the economy is still very slow in picking back up here. Plus this tax season was unreasonably stressful for all of us. I haven't figured out why my practice has lost 8% of my clients each year for the last 3 years. That's not a good trend at all, and has affected my take-home income measurably. That in itself if depressing. I've got to come up with a better plan for next tax season, and for the rest of the year.


Kevinh5 16:20, 10 May 2013 (UTC)

Univ. Copenhagen class

I ran across this free class in case you are interested:

Søren Kierkegaard - Subjectivity, Irony and the Crisis of Modernity Jon Stewart, PhD, Dr theol & phil

Here is an introductory video and a webpage about it. https://www.coursera.org/course/kierkegaard

Take care. Gazoo 14:21, 14 July 2013 (UTC)

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