Trumbull, CT, April 14, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Kevin Wenig, CPA and owner of two financial businesses knows what it's like to crash and burn on April 16th each year. He's been in Public Accounting since 1992.
"The idea of #NationalBeanCountersDay came to me last year when I was so exhausted from working 18 hours a day, 7 days a week for weeks on end, I had the idea that anyone who works on taxes deserves a day off," says Kevin Wenig. "I knew I could apply for and register our own Holiday, so it seemed like a no-brainer to do so!"
In a rare anomaly, this year Tax Day falls on April 17th, but the idea remains the same. Don't set your alarm clock the day after Tax Day, shut off your phone, don't go near an adding machine or a computer – just take the day off – it's a holiday well deserved.
"The work my firm does is geared toward small and medium sized businesses, making for a very stressful tax season each year and my staff is the best anyone could want. We all put in so many hours and sacrifice personal and family time, I wanted to do something for them and all the others who do the same."
So join them to help celebrate #NationalBeanCountersDay this April 16th. Then, go take a nap.
About Kevin Wenig, CPA
Kevin Wenig is the over-caffeinated Principal of Kevin Wenig, CPA, LLC, providing a professional, cost-effective, off-site Finance Department staffed at all levels of expertise and experience for small to mid-sized businesses. Kevin chucked the commute in 2001 to start his firm in Trumbull, CT specializing in professional services for marketing, advertising, design, and other creative firms in the US and abroad.
Handling more than $160 million in client assets, Kevin and his Connecticut-based staff are a an exacting team of experienced finance professionals who are “virtually” down the hall – at a fraction of the cost of an in-house team. For more information, visit www.financeofficepartners.com.