22, 2004 It's less than a month away. We all
know it – and
April 15 is the deadline for filing our 2003 personal income tax
forms. Each and every year, millions of Americans struggle
for days (if not weeks) to complete their federal tax forms
by April 15th.
During the weeks preceeding the April 15th deadline, most of us
are so busy with our own tax forms that we don't even notice the
activity of our furry pets. Well guess what, folks? They have tax
We never see the 1040-PET forms because our pets and especially
our dogs do not want their fiscal secrets revealed. Most
dogs prefer to be regarded as dependents, and they certainly don't
want to divulge their net worth, or any of the outrageous shenanegans
they've pulled during the past 12 months. As such, they go
to great lengths
to hide their US Individual Canine
Returns, aka the 1040-DOG.
week I managed to obtain a copy of one of these elusive 1040-DOG
forms. I found it under Merlin's
favorite doggie-bed, right next to a well-chewed volume of "The
Hidden Life of Dogs."
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