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Comic Strip #15

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No horses were harmed in the making of this comic strip.

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Isn’t This The Perfect Gift for Leila?!

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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!”
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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.”
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Note to Governor Mike Huckabee…

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Are you suggesting slashing, burning, and destroying federal buildings? Because that sounds a lot like domestic terrorism!

If you want to do this, then get the hell out of the presidential race!

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

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

Encourage some anti-government zombies to shoot at IRS agents!
Shame on you!
And you consider yourself an American!
—- Leila Luna, Internal Revenue Service special agent
“Death and taxes; it’s all in a day’s work.”
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Numbers! Numbers! Numbers!

For all of you anti-government types who hate the IRS, here’s a good example of why the agency is necessary.
From the periodical Austin American Statesman, September 06, 2015:
Among Austin transplants, Florida is the new California

By Marty Toohey – American-Statesman Staff

 

“Californian” has for years been Austin’s shorthand for someone, usually of means, who moves here from another part of the country. But no more. Florida is the new California.

Here are five things to know about the newest migration pattern:

1. Nearly twice as many Floridians moved to Travis County in 2012-13 as did Californians. The Sunshine State sent 13,347 transplants here versus 7,959 from the Golden State, according to Internal Revenue Service data and further analysis by Austin economist Brian Kelsey. That ratio held for 2011-12 as well.

2. When you calculate net migration between Travis County and other states (people coming here minus people going there), Florida still remains the top feeder with 9,695 net arrivals. But New York (4,416 net arrivals) slipped past California (4,278) for the No. 2 spot. This trend held in 2011-12 as well.

3. Think it’s California tech money pushing up earnings? Floridians brought higher gross-adjusted incomes ($128,509 per household) than did Californians ($98,979) in 2012-13, according to the IRS data.

4. It’s not clear whether the Florida influx, which only surpassed California in the two most recent years of data, is a long-term pattern, Kelsey said. The IRS changed its methodology starting with the 2011-12 data by including late filers who previously weren’t counted and by better tracking people as they shift from a dependent to filing their own tax return, for instance.

5. Texans still by far make up the most people moving in and out of Travis County. But there’s a consolation prize for California: It remains the top out-of-state destination for people moving out of Travis County, edging out Florida in 2012-13 by 29 people.


 
 
But haters are going to hate!
—- Leila Luna, Internal Revenue Service special agent
“Death and taxes; it’s all in a day’s work.”
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