Saturday, February 1, 2014

THE TWELVE DAYS OF TAX SEASON


Now it is time for what you have been waiting a year for - the annual February 1st tradition here at THE WANDERING TAX PRO of posting “The Twelve Days of Tax Season” -
 
On the first day of tax season my client gave to me a Closing Statement for the purchase of a home.

On the second day of tax season my client gave to me 2 W-2 forms.

On the third day of tax season my client gave to me 3 mortgage statements.

On the fourth day of tax season my client gave to me 4 Salvation Army receipts.

On the fifth day of tax season my client gave to me 5 Form K-1s.

On the sixth day of tax season my client gave to me 6 1099s for dividends.

On the seventh day of tax season my client gave to me 7 cancelled checks.

On the eighth day of tax season my client gave to me 8 useless items.

On the ninth day of tax season my client gave to me 9 medical bills.

On the tenth day of tax season my client gave to me 10 stock sale confirms.

On the eleventh day of tax season my client gave to me 11 employee business expenses.


On the twelfth day of tax season my client got from me a finished tax return, 11 employee business expenses, 10 stock sale confirms, 9 medical bills, 8 useless items, 7 cancelled checks, 6 1099s for dividends, 5 Form K-1s, 4 Salvation Army receipts, 3 mortgage statements, 2 W-2 forms, and a Closing Statement for the purchase of a home.


And, of course, on the thirteenth day of tax season the client gave to me a corrected Consolidated 1099 from Wells Fargo Advisors!
 
TTFAW

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

There are always corrected 1099s recharactizatio of income

Neil Dando said...

Indeed, it’s that season again! Looks like you’re going to have your hands full with lots of paperwork for the next few weeks. I can sense the anticipation in your post. :))

Neil Dando

Angel Richards said...

That’s a clever post! I don’t know if you did it on purpose, but Christmas and tax season are alike in a way. They’re both stressful and they both involve counting money. Hahaha! The difference is one is a joyous occasion, and the other is simply a crazy time. Good luck with the tax season!

Angel Richards