The Tax Atturkey Has Arrived.

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As our avid Summary Opinions readers will know, my six year old daughter was working on a school project creating Thanksgiving decorations on Sunday, including a turkey caricature of me, which she dubbed the “Tax Atturkey”.  Needless to say, I was fairly proud.  I was also happy my six year old went with the bespoke green suit, blue paisley tie,  and fancy handcrafted briefcase.  My nine year old daughter and wife had suggested the Tax Atturkey needed “dorky” glasses, a poorly fitting gray suit, and a pocket protector.

The demand for a photo of the Tax Atturkey has been through the roof (two people mentioned it to me), and I am happy to oblige our readership with the above photo.

Stephen Olsen About Stephen Olsen

Stephen J. Olsen’s practice includes tax planning and controversy matters for individuals, businesses and exempt entities for the law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC.

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Comments

  1. Valinda Garcia says

    Adorable and such a talented family! Hope you all have an enjoyable holiday.

  2. Richard Jacobus says

    A terrific drawing! One hopes the IRS will not seek to assign a stratospheric value to this artwork when your estate return is filed.

  3. In Istanbul, of course, he’s known as the Attyturk.

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