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Man claims 'aliens' delayed his tax return

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acute

These tax return excuses reminded me of Jasper Carrott's insurance claims.

 

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Noawareness
1 hour ago, acute said:

These tax return excuses reminded me of Jasper Carrott's insurance claims.

 

I'm sure there aren't many here who remember that but you get a nostalgia point from me.

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RoofGardener

I remember it.... and a point from me also @acute :)

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acute

That Jasper Carrott clip is actually fairly recent, from a series where they 'resurrected' people you haven't seen for a while.

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Hawkin

The British government doesn't give it's citizens much time to file. Deadline Jan, 31. Here in the states we have till the middle of April.

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Susanc241

31st January to 31st January = 12 months.  April to April = 12 months! 

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DirtyDocMartens
3 hours ago, Susanc241 said:

31st January to 31st January = 12 months.  April to April = 12 months! 

I think what Hawkin is saying is that we can file between Jan until April, giving us nearly three months to prepare and submit last year's taxes. How long do you have?

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paperdyer
6 hours ago, Susanc241 said:

31st January to 31st January = 12 months.  April to April = 12 months! 

That's true is you file in quarters as an investor or business.  For us common folks "working for the man every night and day", we don't get our W2's and other related forms until the end of January.  even then, they are sometimes late.

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Hawkin
6 hours ago, paperdyer said:

That's true is you file in quarters as an investor or business.  For us common folks "working for the man every night and day", we don't get our W2's and other related forms until the end of January.  even then, they are sometimes late.

The company I work for used to mail out W2's. Now we have to go online to the company website and print them out.

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DieChecker

This pic is from Dr Who, right?

news-alien-slitheen.jpg

So, maybe there was a Dr Who marathon going on and he forgot to get those taxes done. Seems like a legit reason to me... :lol:

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ChaosRose

Maybe he saw They Live last night, too.

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Aardvark-DK

Man, I should have come up with that excuse...it's nearly tax season here....B)

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TripGun
On 1/20/2018 at 3:07 AM, ChaosRose said:

Maybe he saw They Live last night, too.

Great flick! 

CONSUME    REPRODUCE     OBEY

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Nostrodumbass

Is post probing treatment tax deductible?

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Jon the frog
On 1/19/2018 at 5:41 AM, Susanc241 said:

31st January to 31st January = 12 months.  April to April = 12 months! 

Well if you get your paper  to do it from your work and other institutions in mid january in both case... it's easier to get it done in april

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Captain Risky
On 1/23/2018 at 5:27 PM, Aardvark-DK said:

Man, I should have come up with that excuse...it's nearly tax season here....B)

go one better and tell the tax man that the aliens would like to have you removed permanently from the tax registry. 

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