Tax ‘busy season’ typically runs from mid-January until the filing deadline in mid-April. During this time, many CPA spouses and their families find it challenging to keep it ‘business as usual’ at home as hours at the office increase. MWE Partner Scott Saulino and his wife Jennifer were interviewed by Newsday about the struggles families often face, and how the two make it work.
“This time of year, while Scott Saulino, a certified public accountant and partner at Margolin, Winer & Evens in Garden City, works long hours cranking out tax returns, his wife, Jennifer, holds down the fort.
After putting in a full day as a senior associate in New York Life’s human resources department in Manhattan, Jennifer, 31, not only makes dinner, feeds their 2-year-old daughter Emily and gets her ready for bed but tries to calm down the toddler, who wants to see her daddy. The Babylon resident, who is due next month with the couple’s second child, also keeps Emily busy with a gym class, does the shopping and visits her own mother.
“I try my best to manage during tax season, but you feel like a single mom a lot of times,” said Jennifer.” Read More >>
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