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NSA = No Such Agency

Why does an agency that doesn't exist bother you, Nellie?

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'91 Mazda

If your son's looking for a nice '91 Mazda, this is NOT his car. Both door handles have failed, and I access the car through the hatchback, using a piece of clothesline tied to the *inside* door handle to open the door. The paint job *used to be* white, but the heat generated by reentry into the atmosphere has caused some of the thermal tiles to burn off, giving the car a random mottled gray-and-white overall appearance. And please don't ask about the air conditioning or the muffler or the occasional fire that belches out of the exhaust. But the car does have its good features: friends have said that they know where to find me by following the trail of oil drops on the pavement.

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Good thing I checked your profile. I'd never guess you had a new name. Thanks for the direction on the payroll check. I really hadn't thought it through to the ethics issue yet. I'm just sitting here in shock because my original plan was working so well, right up to August 14 when the client deposited $51,000 into his corporate checking account with a plan to liquidate the corp on August 31 and there is no clear way of mitigating this tax liability. Do cars still have to be sold at FMV even in a complete liquidation? I'm grasping at straws.Actionbsns 02:53, 26 November 2013 (UTC)

Check issue

Thanks again Len. Your right, Chris has a pretty good idea and I think it will very likely work. I'll be in my office in a bit and will work on the numbers. Thank heaven the money is there to do most of what needs to be done, he hasn't distributed that yet.Actionbsns 18:38, 26 November 2013 (UTC)

The liquidating corp again

Len can you take a look at the comment by Olycraig on my backdated check discussion and tell me what you think? Thanks Actionbsns 02:28, 4 December 2013 (UTC)

I was like whodaheck

Mr. Len,

What with the downfall of TA and the overall collapse of society and having to follow Kevin over to the BookofFace I get a chance to come back in and I see some well written commentary from some new guy and saying cool, even with TA being down, we grabbed another smart one.

Well, suffice it to say that should I ever be in charge of the NSA you will not be found. lol

Gave me a good chuckle and that client is still an arse.

Enjoy the day sir. Glad our little community is back up for now.

Fsteincpa 22:24, 4 December 2013 (UTC)

not sure why you can't post as Podolin

that name is on the trusted user list. Kevinh5 21:44, 13 January 2014 (UTC)

$100 interest exclusion???

Aloha. It's not like I'm not sitting in the middle of piles of half-finished tax returns and wishing there were someone to send to the grocery store so I could eat... and wishing that I didn't have to interrupt myself to get up to make my own tea... and then some other old-timer challenges me by asking a simple question. So, instead of just blowing it off, I've got to do some research (I couldn't have remembered something incorrectly, could I've?} to find out what's-what.

[1] (link to 1978 Form 1040)

And then, then, to top it all off - I've got to say oops! and correct my profile! Bah!


p.s. good call.

Get Back, Jack. No Way, Jose. Not a Chance, Vance.

"I was trying to be funny. As usual, I failed." Oh Bullshit.

67% of the time, 58% of the humor that's sent in written form by 88% of adults writing online is lost, mostly. The remedy - for those who will use them - is those Goddamn emoticons. Which *mature* people - you and me - refuse to use.

As often as not, you are as funny as shit. Which ain't bad, Nelly.

Never trust anybody who cites statistics when he's trying to make a point. They lie. Something about laying with dogs and lying with statistics.

Or maybe I read you wrong... :)

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Was the leap year dilemma solved, and to my satisfaction?

Those are two very distinct questions, and deserve two very distinct answers. Yes, the 75-day "trap" was resolved, and resolved very cleanly, and, I think, with some finality. Thank you.

Was I satisfied? No, I was not satisfied. I was a little pissed. I am supposed to know every "rule" in the book, and when a "rule" is found that answers a question that I couldn't answer because I didn't know the "rule'" that pisses me off. Why am I putting "rule* in quotes? I don't know.

You know what I'm saying about the "rule"; maybe I'm having a bit of a struggle getting the *exact* nuance into my explanation, but that's what happens when I'm writing fast. When I write slow, on the other hand, people tell me I'm a pedant...

The rules didn't work, so Treasury made up another rule. That's *very* unsatisfyingly satisfying.


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