Shoulda stuck with a pack of Costco cupcakes and a pass-around card...
Not that we would ever encourage you to take the career path of a young Sam Antar. Because we wouldn't!
If you and some cohorts are fed up with walking the straight and narrow, be advised that a recent study by Ernst & Young discovered something that may help assist you in making your fraud a wild success:
There are plenty of reasons to choose from.
Who takes the trophy home for ineptitude on this one?
Everyone knows that the IRS makes silly mistakes from time to time, but presuming that the Service employees who look at these tax returns won't be fooled by a 1040 from "First Name: Mr." and "Last Name: Bojangles" seems a little reckless:
Like when you've been telling people that you also have a computer science degree, when in fact, you don't have a computer science degree (at least in the traditional sense) and then someone - in this case, Third Point founder Dan Loeb - sorta notices:
Let this be a lesson for future artificial opiners.
Alright, folks, we have a problem. I'm going to waste precious space here (not to mention my time) explaining how to get the most out of the GC tip box since it seems many of you have never interacted with human beings before and don't get how this works.
They could be saying something face-palm-worthy right this second.