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Heard in the halls goes work from home – heard via Teams

So, normally, this is a blog that I do for April 15th, about those fun, punchy things that happen when everyone is overworked and tired and just get a case of the giggles.

This year, we started with that, and then ended with the work from home edition. But we also have a reprieve – since the filing deadline was automatically extended an additional 90 days to July 15th.

Don’t miss: The strangest taxes in history

So this version is starting with the electronic version and will end with – still the electronic version. And here we go!

  • How do we structure our corporation making our monthly mortgage payments so that it is not taxable income to us?
  • My doorbell rang and a lady said she wanted to “talk to me about my son, Randolph.” I only have daughters.
  • I would like there to be interim final FAQs on landscaping etiquette.
  • I am finishing a return and there is a W-2G that is dated December 2018. I do not see it in either the 2018 workpapers or the 2018 return. What would you like me to do? Response: Screaming is a viable option.
  • I had a client leave me a 4-minute voice mail today. Long story short – his house is being painted and he cannot find his 1099.
  • I am glad I do not live in Phoenix anymore – I remember when it was 132. Nope. It has never been that temperature here. It feels like it about now, but hasn’t happened.

We’re here for you. If you have any questions about your taxes, deadlines, COVID-19 impacts on your taxes or accounting, please reach out to your Henry+Horne advisor.

Donna H. Laubscher, CPA

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