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Comic Strip #16



Isn’t This The Perfect Gift for Leila?!


Money and macabre; what better describes the life of an IRS special agent werewolf!
This gem will sit nicely on her desk at the agency’s office.
—– Dr. Tony E. Glace-Noire
“Mad science today, mainstream tomorrow!”

Another Potential Tax Avoidance Coward

Pfizer, Allergan Drug Merger Talks Raise Tax  Hackles  in U.S.

So the company Pfizer wants to give up US citizenship for Ireland? Well, since you have no problem giving money to their government, why don’t you ask the Irish military to help you guys in the event of a dangerous,foreign predicament?

Another tax evading corporation that loves their money more than the country that made them.

Why does the United States have one of the highest corporate taxes in the world? Because America has the most responsibilities in the world! Who fights ISIS? Who is one of the largest donors of foreign aid? Who sends their troops to help victims of a natural disaster? The United States of America! Lowering the US corporate tax rate would result in higher income and sales taxes to make up for revenue shortfalls.

—- Leila Luna, Internal Revenue Service special agent
“Death and taxes; it’s all in a day’s work.”

Journal Notes: Social Security Number Fraud or Immortal Beings?


“The review noted that in one case a man opened bank accounts using several different Social Security numbers — two of which belonged to number-holders born in 1869 and 1893, respectively. That would make one of them 145 years old and the other 121. The Social Security Administration’s system indicated that both number-holders were alive.”

145 years old?!

Keep in mind the oldest recorded age for a human is 122 years; not many people have lived to be supercentenarians. Worldwide, it is estimated that 300-450 people alive are over the age of one hundred and ten; out of that estimation, only 56 verified cases are known.

And here is another article:

“We obtained information indicating a financial institution reported that a man opened bank accounts using several different SSNs. According to the Numident, two of the SSNs belonged to numberholders who were born in 1886 and 1893, respectively. Neither of the Numident records contained a date of death. As a result, neither of these SSNs appeared in the DMF.”

” A numberholder born in 1896 filed a “Life claim” in 1958 (at age 62). The MEF indicates the numberholder continued earning wages through Tax Year 1962 and contains no reported earnings from 1963 through 2006. However, beginning in Tax Year 2007 and each year since, a South Carolina employer has reported payment of wages (ranging from $11,450 to $27,694) to someone using the numberholder’s name and SSN.”

I think I know what my next assignment is: tracking down those bank accounts and Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Returns!
This is a must; I have to look into this and see if this is fraud or some brazen mystical folks who did a poor job in concealing their identities. What if they are supernatural entities whose main reason for existence is to  kill lycanthropes? Along with stoping tax fraud, it’s my duty to keep wolfkind safe!

—- Leila Luna, Internal Revenue Service special agent

irs and tea party