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Old 02-18-2014, 08:19 AM   #11
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Not really, there are always taxes that need to be done for the people who filed extensions and businesses that also need their taxes done that are on a fiscal calendar.

I am I already notified everyone that I will be gone for a this weekend for our 16th Anniversary. I haven't taken time off during tax time in 12 yrs. We are going camping to the lake for 2 days. Can't wait.

Not only that, but when you round our your business with other services like bookkeeping and payroll, there's always something to do.

Happy anniversary and have a great trip!

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Yea, well, I run a small business so I had better go camping BEFORE tax day because afterwords I won't have the $$ for gas even...
We're a small business too, so I feel you...
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Old 02-18-2014, 09:09 AM   #12
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I know this belongs in the joke section, but I figure this is a good place for it.

An accounting firm is hiring a new accountant and there are 3 applicants for the job. They bring each one in at a time and ask them 1 simple question.

What is 2 plus 2...

The first guy looks thoughtful and says.. 3
The second guy comes in and thinks about it for a second and then says 5
The last guy comes in and looks at the interviewer with a smile on his face and says. "What do you want it to be"
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Our tax lady had good news for us so we gave her an extra $10 for lunch.
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im bummed too, i have to wait another week to figure out when i can get my fw hitch installed so i can pick my new one up, but was soon as we have a weekend that is somewhat above freezing we will be going somewhere, gotta test out that weather shield system or whatever they call it
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We have to wait till late May, Victoria Day weekend is too busy and full of the wrong crowd. At least its something to look forward to considering how long this winter is lasting
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We go in 3 weeks. I sure hope the weather holds.
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Old 02-19-2014, 09:08 PM   #17
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Find a campground close to town and commute to work from there.
I do that in the summer, the campground is about 5 miles out has a nice beach with good swimming
and a snack shake. What more does a person need?

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