The Day After

Posted on April 16, 2014 9:30 am

You made it under the deadline, right? Got your tax return off? Included payment, if required?

I did. Included the check for $1,230. And included a little message with my stamp.

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I wanter if that stamp will earn my an audit. Probably.

Oh, and I meant to post this yesterday, but didn’t. Still fresh in my mind, so I’ll post it today.


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4 Responses to “The Day After”

  1. Jimmy says:

    The day after yesterday is the day before the day after today.

    Subtract line 19 from line 31. Now, add lines 36 through 41 and enter on form 1040-SCREWYOU on line 72. Convert this field to a date by the formula on page 99 of the instructions. This is the equivalency date of death and taxes when all your assets are confiscated as well as the date you will die.

  2. Burt says:

    Henceforth, all calculations on form 1040 and associated documents must be completed using Common Core math.

  3. Gendaibushi says:

    I did the same with the “Justice” stamp.

  4. 4of7 says:

    On the positive side, since you didn’t get a refund this year, the IRS can’t confiscate it to pay your not-signing-up-for-obamacare-tax/fine.

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