paper tiger: tamed

March 28, 2011 at 1:27 pm 1 comment

Paper Tiger, 2008 by Scott Kildall and Victoria Scott

my taxes are done. i promise myself again, as i do every year, that i will tame the paper tiger on a more regular basis, so as to avoid the year-end tax scramble. for some reason the girl scout promise popped into my head–oh sure, i can remember that from 20 years ago, but i can’t remember to keep all my receipts in one place–so i have altered it to meet my current needs:

on my honor, i will try:
to serve myself and the irs,
to keep better records at all times,
and to live by my accountant’s law.

it’s like a new (tax) year’s resolution. and will probably be equally successful.

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Entry filed under: about me, grrr.

hoo boy damn the torpedoes!

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  • 1. Leigh Bhe  |  March 28, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    Every year for the past 6 (that I have had my own business) I say the same thing! I dread tax time, I have the hubster breathing down my neck, will we owe, will we get money back. Luckily I know my “break even” point, which is nice, but still it sucks! Every year, I say, I will just track this MONTHLY on the software I have on my computer and I never ever do it. When will we learn?

    Leigh

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