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Tax deadline is less than a month away, and down in Lowell they’re exploring creative ways to keep Uncle Sam from taking their money…..
Someone sent this to us and we told them that she’s probably just kidding. Ya know, cuz of the LOL. Turns out she was completely serious:
If your response to someone telling you to spit out a new bang trophy in order to get a tax break is, “good theory, except my man is locked up,” then you most definitely are not above claiming someone else’s kids on your taxes.
And if this is the person offering to let you claim her children on your tax return if you got 50/50 with her…..
….then you are most definitely not kidding around.
If you were arrested less than 6 months ago for shoplifting in Chelmsford:
You likely have no problem claiming someone else’s kids on your taxes in order to save a few grand.
If you’re a duckface selfie connoisseur
You’ve probably thought long and hard about pulling off a scam like this.
Here’s my question – is it this easy? Can you just claim someone else’s kids on your taxes? Does the paper pusher at the IRS just pass your form along, or do they spend time researching each and every person’s tax return to make sure they have X number of kids living in their ratchet dens? This is like food stamp Friday on steroids!
The bottom line is that if you’re gonna plot to scam the IRS with a fake baby plot while your chudstuffer is locked up, make sure you don’t do it openly on Facebook. Because turtle riders are everywhere and they know how to screenshot.