Despite being CPAs and preparing thousands of tax returns, have you ever had cause to wonder exactly why some people put what they do on their 1040s under the category “occupation?”

For instance, does Steven Seagal list his primary occupation as “actor?” And if so, my question is, how does that unimaginable stretching of the truth not trigger an audit?

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