30 hilarious accountant memes to make you laugh this tax season

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Are your clients making you want to tweet, “Some of you have never been an accountant during tax season, and it shows.” 

Just kidding. It’s tax season. You don’t have time to tweet! 

Every tax season is a new test to an accountant’s psyche. Will you make it through this year unscathed? Or will you find yourself questioning all of your life decisions up to this point? 

Well, we hope things don’t become that drastic. But we certainly understand if it feels like each tax season lasts 85 years. 

Here at TSheets, we love our accounting partners and TSheetsPROs. And to show them some love this tax season, we have a few gifts to share. 

First, enjoy our tax season playlist. With classics like *NSYNC’s “Just Got Paid” and The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Mo Money Mo Problems,” you’ll be grooving into April 15. And if your clients give you trouble, just blast The Beatles’ “Can’t Buy Me Love” at them.

Our second gift to accountants? Memes. Lots and lots of memes. 

We have some classics from previous years.

We also have some gems from around the internet.

What accountants imagine their clients are thinking: 

And we’ve even made some brand-new memes just for you. Many of these might leave you thinking, #relatable.

We’d much prefer tacos over taxes, too, Kombucha Girl.

Have you found yourself having dreams about your calculator yet? 

Luckily, accounting professionals don’t have to do all the hard work alone. TSheets can save businesses 5% on gross payroll costs and 3 hours each payroll run, on average.* Plus, with our uneditable audit log, all timesheet changes are recorded, protecting you in the event of a DCAA compliance audit. For accountants and TSheets, teamwork makes the dream work.

We hope all our accountants look as relaxed as Baby Yoda when tax season is over. Then it’ll only be 200 or so days until the next tax season arrives! *screaming internally, eternally*


*Disclaimer: TSheets surveyed 4,906 customers in the U.S. in December 2019. On average, businesses that report gross payroll costs savings save 5.14%. On average, businesses that report gross payroll time savings save 3.15 hours.