I’m traveling to the home office this week, and am trying to do most of this work using my own resources, so the flash cards were done before I left town.
So I took the codes for the W-2s. The codes went on the front, and the description (and sometimes some facts) went on the back. This is something that a client might ask, and the tax professional should be able to rattle off what a certain code means. It’s a rote memorization thing, so I thought flash cards could reinforce that.
I play Fortnite and I used their colors for my flashcards. I ignored Gray, because I wanted these to be colorful, so no common codes for us! The color, Fortnite designations and frequency that you’ll see them are below.
Green – Uncommon – You will see these a dozen times a day.
Blue – Rare – You should see these fairly often.
Purple – Epic – Unlikely
Orange – Legendary – You probably won’t see these
Now, if I had oodles of time I’d place them on duplex and print on card stock, but this is a quick and dirty project. Now, it’s copy paper and tape.
I got a start on the next thing, an infographic on uniform definition of a child. Again, Q&D, so I used Piktochart.
The start, haven’t done color work, b/c I don’t have the hex codes memorized.