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The Unknown Tax Comic – Part 15



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♦ “Yesterday the IRS announced that obese Americans are entitled to certain tax breaks. Apparently, under the new rules, you’re allowed to claim two or more chins as dependents.” —Conan O’Brien

♦ There was a time when you saved up for your old age; now you save up for April 15th.

♦ A taxpayer received a strongly worded “second notice” that his taxes were overdue. Hastening to the collector’s office, he paid his bill, saying apologetically that he had overlooked the first notice.”Oh,” confided the collector with a smile, “we don’t send out first notices. We have found that the second notices are more effective.”

♦ The client went to the tax preparer and said, I filed my taxes electronically to speed things up, and it worked. I got an audit letter in half the normal time.

♦ In 1952, Joseph Nunan, IRS commissioner from 1944-47 was busted for evading taxes. It turned out that Nunan had won a $1,800 bet that Harry Truman would win the presidential election but failed to report his winnings to the IRS. Source: Chicago Tribune

♦ I want to find out who this FICA guy is and how come he’s taking so much of my money. – Professional Hockey Player

We hope you have enjoyed these tax jokes 🙂

Next:  The Unknown Tax Comic – Part 16

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