— December 31, 2014

Closing the Book on 2014

by Bobby Willover

Happy New Year

It’s been a great year, but it’s coming to a close. Time to start considering New Year resolutions. Maybe getting healthier? Spending more time with your family? Beating that certain level of Candy Crush? Whatever your resolution, we hope you reach your goal and maintain your resolution.

Now, right about here we'd normally tell you about something that can help you with your taxes. But this post is a bit different. This time, we’re going to tell you what WE are going to do for you in this upcoming year.

Our New Year’s Resolutions

Our resolutions are pretty simple and straightforward: providing a great customer experience, helping you get your taxes done quickly, and being there for you all year long, not just for tax season.

The first, providing a great customer experience, is an important part of our work here already. Our resolution is to not only continue that experience, but to uphold the level of excellence you expect and that we hold ourselves to. In designing 1040.com to keep the focus on you and getting your taxes done quickly, we left out the fluff and glitziness. We’re more substance than flash in the pan.

The second, helping you get your taxes done quickly, goes hand-in-hand with our first resolution. By providing a great customer experience, we can help you file your taxes quickly, so you can get back to your life. We’re here to remove the fear of tax season. Taxes don’t have to be complicated. Taxes don’t have to be feared.

The last, being there for you all year long, not just for tax season, is a biggie for us. We want to help you after April 15th. We’ll share useful and relevant information, because throughout the year, you do so many things that affects your taxes – budgeting, investing, saving, giving, and receiving.

The Bottom Line

We are here for you, the customer, and without you we wouldn’t be here. We look forward to 2015. We look forward to renewing and continuing our commitment to make taxes the way we believe they should be: simple.

T.S. Eliot wrote, “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.” So, we’ll make an end here to 2014 and eagerly await 2015 and the new voice it will bring.

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