I hope it is not contagious.
He’s a very persistent auditor. One might even say ‘dogged’.
Been a busy boy, I see. Six new dependents since last year.
The side benefit is the accountant is no longer distracted by squirrels outside his window.
The mouth says one thing, the tail says something else.
The head scratching has caused him to knock the pencil behind his eat off.
I wonder if cats have to file nine returns – one for each of their lives.
Love the canine version of the accountant’s visor.
Firm of Mongrel Mutt and Curr.
Yeah, your number could use a flea bath.
Day to day, bones gain or lose asset value after you bury them. The only thing to worry about is their exact value on the exact year you dug them up. Less than 6 months is short term and has a penalty.
I thought the cone of shame was reserved for clients who owed big money to the IRS…
November 25, 2017