12 Creative (And Totally Legal) Things You Can Do With Your IRS 140 Form.
The IRS may have given us three extra days to file taxes this year, but that does not mean the task was easier. It feels like torture trying to keep all the receipts from last year, knowing where all the numbers go, and just being precise with all the information so there are no audits later on.
Unless you’re an accountant, it’s a fair statement to say that tax season sucks. Studio 360, however, is making us love the infamous 1040 forms. They held a contest asking people to turn their forms into works of art. Who knew people could get so creative doing their taxes?
The winner Erin Farley, was inspired by Sex and the City, Carrie Bradshaw's famous line, "I like my money right where I can see it...hanging in my closet."
Words and phrases from the forms were turned into an actual poem.
Sending numerical flowers to the accountant.
A pot made of many, many forms.
Transforming the forms into an intricate snowflake with the word "tax" sketched on it.
Who doesn't love to put their sharpies to good colouring use?
Sending her taxes in airmail.
A true statement made into origami.
Artists don't have it easy dealing with the IRS, they are left feeling like it's being at the circus.
Fortune cookies sometimes foreshadow of great fortune coming soon, let's hope this is true.
Writing tax into a an elaborate snowflake.
Weaving the 1040 forms.