Help to the Finish Line: Complete What You Start

As we come closer to the April 15 income tax deadline, the hours get longer, the workweeks stretch into the weekends, and tension increases as procrastinating clients race into the office with shopping bags full of receipts and financial statements. So starting today and for the next three weeks, AccountingWEB and Jeff Davidson, a noted authority on work-life balance, are going to post a series of short quizzes that let you judge how well you are managing your personal and professional lives – and give you clues on what changes to make.

This week's quiz: Do You Complete What You Start?

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