Pet Role Reversal Day

Did you know that today is Pet Role Reversal Day?  Or at least at my apartment it is.  364 days a year I get to watch Eko run around and jump through hoops at the agility course, but on Tax Day I am the one running around the apartment for different papers and jumping through tax return hoops.  I’m not even smart enough to understand most of the questions they’re asking me – “Did you eat any ham sandwiches between May-October when there was a full moon?”  Luckily I have employed the best accounting firm in the business.

Rhodesian Ridgeback, dog blog

Eko and Associates:  Doggone best accountants™

It’s no secret that Eko is smarter than I am, but if you still think it would be unwise to leave matters of accountancy to a dog, I will appeal to the insight of Phil Pastoret – “If you think dogs can’t count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then give him only two of them.”

Rhodesian Ridgeback. dog adventure

Balance treats or balance sheets, Eko does it all!

On the off chance I get audited, I hope Eko’s puppy-dog-eyes look can get us out of trouble.  It always works on me, so I’m sure the same will be true for the IRS agent.

dog blog, dog adventure

We’re going to roll the dice and not include Eko’s back-alley gambling profits on my return

Time to get back to it – good luck to all my fellow filers!  And yes, I could have filed my taxes earlier, but where’s the adventure in that!?

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