The Art of the Tax Cartoon
A selection of tax cartoons from Philly tax firm Drucker & Scaccetti's 'Finding Humor in Taxes' exhibit
Philadelphia-based tax accountants Drucker & Scaccetti lightens up tax season with an exhibit of around 50 great tax cartoons, "Finding Humor in Taxes." Some are timely -- like the editorial cartoon highlighting former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's troubled tax history -- and some are timeless, like the one above.
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Summer is well underway, and now is a great time to help your clients and their dependents with the tax tips in this slideshow written by Michael Sonnenblick of Thomson Reuters Checkpoint.
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