My boss is the queen of clean up. She spends the majority of her time sweeping our owner accounts to correct payment status and other statistics. While I understand that clean up is important, I do not feel that it should get in the way of essential daily tasks. This past fall, she handed me a list of approximately 2,000 duplicate owner accounts that needed to be combined. Our busy season runs from September through March so I found it unbelievable that she was piling this on my plate when I should have been focused on entering new owner information to make sure that all owners were being billed that should be. If I had focused on the account combinations, I would have ensured that certain owners were receiving one bill with all contracts instead of numerous bills because their contracts were in different accounts. On the other hand, if I ignored the new owners that needed to be added to the system, they wouldn’t have received a bill in a timely manner.