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Accountant getting a tattoo ('Born to Depreciate!')
Good Accountant/Bad Accountant.
At a creative writing workshop for accountants.
Contrary to popular belief, the road to Hell is paved with a comprehensive, lifetime tax return.
'I see you've listed your assets as totaling 100,000, but that's based on counting the street value of your organs,'
'That's Tuttle, the new whiz-kid in Accounting. They say he has a mind like fly-paper!'
Accountant sings the blues
'Definitely not unusual behavior this time of year, but certainly seldom witnessed!'
But under a different accounting convention ...
Two doors. One says, 'IRS Entrance,' and the other says, 'Locked.'
'I didn't talk when they had me on the rack, or used thumb screws. But when they started to explain a cash flow statement...'
'Mr. McWit, being self employed in a one person operation, would you care to explain these deductions for employee theft?'
Wow, the books of a corrupt corporation. I am in heaven.
'Very creative, though it doesn't quite compare with what we're doing over in accounting.'
'I don't know about the other judges, but I love what Paris Hilton and her accountant did with their Schedule C!'
'Good news! It looks as though the $50 million loss we expected to show is going to be a $30 million profit. You know, we should have hired a government accountant as our chief financial officer years ago.'
"I see a brown stain on your tax form. You're not trying to fudge on your taxes are you, Mr. Brewer?"
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"He eats a lot but has good horse sense."
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"They are definitely a 'glass half full' kind of outfit."
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'That charge is for my accountant because this job is going to put me in a higher tax bracket.'
M. Nelson and Associates...Sly, playful and yes, perhaps a tad mischievous, but always 100% legal accounting services.
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"Frankly, sir, you don't look like the mutual fund type."
"I never should have taken on big clients."
"Then the king rewrote the tax code so everyone could understand it, and all the CPAs went out of business."
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'Let's just round this column off to the nearest nickel.'