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Tax season is upon us, and for the typical DIY-er, it’s usually filled with stress, anxiety, and a desperate attempt to remember all potential business spending — all things that don’t sit well with the typical cannabis consumer.
If you’re like most, who hate doing your taxes and love getting high, the new eBook How to Do Your Taxes High is for you.
How to Do Your Taxes High, written by Chad Tanner, a pastry chef moonlighting as a CPA, teaches you all the ins and outs of TurboTax by relating it to growing, smoking, and building a business around cannabis.
This revolutionary book will show you how to file in the fictional city of Weedland, California, where you can declare up to 40 kids [just in case], tell the IRS you own multiple boats for “retirement,” and asks you important questions to contextualize your business and personal expenses, like, “Do you own and operate a farm? No, really, do you? Are you sure? Please go out and check,” and, “Are you off the planet at the time of filing?” How to Do Your Taxes High fully replicates the consequences of filing your taxes as if you were just kind of clicking randomly while distractedly watching a NatGeo special on jellyfish.
And for when you inevitably get audited for trying to complete and file your taxes high, a purchase of How to Do Your Taxes High includes Tanner’s 2nd ebook completely free: What to Do When You Get Audited.
What to Do When You Get Audited takes the reader through all of the steps for when the T-Men inevitably show up. You’ll learn how to call the bank to get your actual financial records, how to prove you don’t own a boat or a farm, and how to explain to auditors, both verbally and in writing, that a city called “Weedland” was just too funny not to write in.
While Tanner’s works stretch the definition of “self-help” and “successful DIY,” for a limited time purchasers will also receive a free copy of his latest eBook, How to Ask Your Dad to Pay the IRS Penalty Charge Because You Filed Your Taxes Wrong AND Failed Your Audit.
All three are available on a “pay what you want” scale, so long as “what you want” is a minimum of $20.
Cameron Foley is a comedian and writer. He’d prefer you call him Cam.
Disclaimer: This Article Is a Joke
Speaking of absurdity, did you know there are still over 40,000 people locked up on nonviolent cannabis-related charges around the US? It’s time to let them out.