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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 08, 2021

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    EasternWoods  7 days ago

    even God fears an IRS audit

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    Concretionist  7 days ago

    What’s less amusing: Startups DO have to deal with paying taxes. Big corps also have to deal with it, but too often they do by finding a way to avoid paying. It’s no wonder than most startups fail.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member 7 days ago

    At least the I.R.S. actually exists.

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    Alexander the Good Enough  7 days ago

    Do keep in mind: Those nice folks at the IRS rarely graduated anywhere near the top of their class at accounting school. In fact…

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    admiree2  7 days ago

    The solution is to start out by being too big to fail.

    Or you can just B-S your way through life with the lending banks like the Fat Orange Clown did using Daddy’s money.

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    cracker65  7 days ago

    You better figure them in. My wife’s cousin started a business and didn’t figure them in. They came in and kicked them out, and locked the doors. They are lucky they didn’t go to jail.

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    mikeyman  7 days ago

    One week to pray for forgiveness. Can I get an AMEN?!

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    Lenavid  7 days ago

    Don’t lie during the year, and fear nothing on 4/15. Unless, of course, you voted for higher taxes.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 6 days ago

    Death and Taxes. No one dodges either for long.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  6 days ago

    He neglected to get Trump’s accountants.

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    sandpiper  6 days ago

    Next time find a better accountant and avoid hedge funds.

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    david_42  6 days ago

    I’ve been audited twice: The first time my gross was less than $10k, the second around $20k. Total waste of time for the auditor.

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    GreenT267  6 days ago

    What is the real problem? The IRS or the tax laws (and the people who made them) or the people who decide they should get more than everyone else?

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    Michael G.  6 days ago

    Well, taxation is for real.

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    Linguist  6 days ago

    I’m glad I’m so old and so poor that I no longer worry about the IRS. I just pray to Saint Social Security that he sends my retirement pension cheque every month.

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    DCBakerEsq  6 days ago

    Luckily, the money is always very well spent. #TheIRSRocks

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    dot-the-I  6 days ago

    Next time, factor in budget line for pay outs for bogus postive reviews.

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    eddi_tbh  6 days ago

    As usual, crunch time is here and I’ve already completed the cycle. Filed, refunded and spent it.

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    bakana  6 days ago

    “Neglected” means he didn’t think they’d catch on quite so fast.

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    JenSolo02  6 days ago

    I need to do my taxes cause I owe $$

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