Tax Humor

Could you use a little tax humor right about now?

You know, they say the only things for certain in this life
are death and taxes.

Tax Poem (O, How True!)

Here's an old tax poem that still rings as true today as ever.

The Tax Collector

The Tax Collector, he done come around -

He taxed my house and he taxed my ground.

He taxed my barn, and he taxed my land -

And the taxed the "crik" and a pile of sand;

And the cyclone came and blew the house down;

And the tax collector, he done come around ...

And he taxed me up for the hole in the ground!!

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