Let me preface this blog post by saying I love John Tesh's radio show and his "Intelligence For Your Life" tidbits. But as I listen, I can't help but think of how funny it would be to parody them. With that, occassionally I'll be posting "Stupidity For Your Death", as told by someone like Tohn Jesh or Sean Desh.
Hi. Sean Desh here. Are you tired of seeing all that money earned from poker trips to Vegas getting eaten up in taxes? Here are some tips on how you can save that money in this edition of Stupidity For Your Death.
1. Hire a shady accountant, one whose silence can be bought with pricey gifts.
2. Store that money in a bank account in someplace like Switzerland or Luxembourg.
3. List yourself on tax returns as an "entertainment consultant".
4. Don't try to claim as a tax write-off visits to Vegas strip clubs. Nothing screams "IRS Audit" more than a blatantly-unauthorized claim on your tax returns.
Following these steps can help you make more trips to Vegas and retire much sooner--preferably to some non-extraditionary island in the Pacific Ocean.
Next time on Stupidity For Your Death: making lots of extra money by pretending to be a debt collector.