#TaxValentines

Heart1By: Leandra Lederman

It’s the time of year when tax experts are Twitterpated! Yes, on tax Twitter, it’s not Singles Awareness Day, but rather time for #TaxValentines! Twitter member Jeremy Cape reportedly started them a few years ago. Many of the valentines take the traditional format of the classic love poem, such as this never-before-tweeted basic tax valentine:

Roses are red

Violets are blue

I adore taxes

And I also love you

 

I like to play with the second line, such as in this one that I tweeted last year:

 

This next one plays with “rose” and is also a public service announcement:

 

Some of the tax valentines include plays on words, political commentary, and/or comments on recent tax developments. Here’s an example, with my follow-up, too:

I’ll leave you with a few more of mine:

There’s a lot more where that came from! I haven’t wanted to post anyone else’s work here without permission but I encourage you to check out the #taxvalentines hashtag on Twitter! This link will bring them up by “latest” and this one by “top” (which nonetheless seems to exclude some with a lot of likes). Enjoy! ❤

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