(Two helpful MP3s in this post.)
If you are living in the US, then you probably spend this weekend like me, frantically trying to find documents you need for your tax return. Or you have decided to forgo all the stress and file for an extension. I hear that there are people who file their returns early, but none of them actually listens to freeform radio stations.
It is hard to choose among the many guides which are supposed to help you file your return and cheat the IRS. Being a radio fanatic, I obviously chose the one which is most suitable for airplay, Retirement Fund #2 - The Audit, by Erik Belgum and Eric Lyon. It is the sequel to their chamber opera Retirement Fund about doggie treats, Jesus, and severed penises. Doggie treats and Jesus make a comeback in the sequel, in slightly less prominent roles. Did you know that you can claim doggie treats and dildos as medical deductions? Oh, I know you didn't. Here is the full list: Medical Deductions (MP3)
After you claimed every single expense you had in 2005 as a medical deduction, you should expect an IRS audit. Here the audio play shows its real strength, preparing you for the role plays the tax collectors like to engage in: The Role Playing Song (MP3)
By the way, you can get both Retirement Fund CDs at Deep Listening.