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Paul is now part of the fourth generation in America that is involved in farming and hopes the next generation will be involved also. Through his blog he provides analysis and insight to farmer tax questions.

Some CPA Humor

Sep 29, 2010

I know some farmers probably feel that CPA do not have any humor, but I think we enjoy jokes about our profession a lot.   So, in that spirit, I am listing some humor below.

Trick or Treat

The doorbell rings, and a farmer answers it.  Here stands this plain, but well dressed kid, saying "Trick or treat?".

The mans asks what the kid is dressed up as for Halloween.

The kid replies, "I'm an IRS agent."

Then the kid takes 35% of the farmer's candy, leaves and doesn't say thank you.

Ashes to Taxes

A farmer on his deathbed called his frient and said "I want you to promise me that when I die you will have my remains cremated."

His friend asked, "And what do you want me to do with your ashes?"

The man said "Just put them in an envelope and mail them to the IRS.  Write on the envelope 'Now you have everything.'"

Income Tax Law

All the Congress, all the CPAs, all the tax lawyers, and a convention of wizards can not tell for sure what the income tax law says.

The Oldest Profession

A surgeon, CPA and a lawyer were arguing about which of them was practicing the oldest profession.

The surgeon said "God created Eve from a rib from Adam.  Obvisiouly, God is a surgeon, so medicine is the oldest profession."

The CPA protested, "Before God created Eve from Adam's rib, he created an orderly universe from chaos.  That clearly shows that God was an accountant before he was a surgeon.  Accounting then has to be the oldest profession.

The lawyer sat for a moment smiling, looking at the surgeon and the CPA.  "That may be true," the lawyer said shrugging his shoulders, "but who created the chaos?"

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