Juan Bobo’s Income Tax Tips Part II

Posted: April 3, 2013 in Recent Posts
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Juan Bobo’s Income Tax Tips

Part II

Juan Bobo has not paid any income taxes in 12 years.

In a completely legal manner, he has told the IRS to shove it since 2000.

Here are a few more of his techniques.

RUN FOR OFFICE and deduct every expense.

Juan Bobo Running for Office

BEATIFY YOURSELF and become immediately tax-exempt.

Juan Bobo Jesus

TURN INTO A PARAMECIUM. 

It is the only remaining species that the IRS does not pursue.

Paramecium

CLONE YOURSELF and, when the IRS audits you, go down there in triplicate. 

Juan Bobo Triplets

Stay tuned…Juan Bobo has more tax tips.

The Chronicles of Juan Bobo

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  4. Margaret Hildebrand says:

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  5. Maribel Rosario says:

    I’m using Tax Tip #4…that is a sure winner.

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  7. Cedric McClester says:

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