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Why does your bookkeeper and/or accountant need to know how you spend your money? If my accountant were to ask where I spend my money, I would tell him it's none of his GDF business (not that he would). Of course, if you're spending someone else's money on escorts (i.e. charging it to your business), you should go to jail, then learn your lesson and stop spending other peoples' money on escorts.

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I think a pertinent question here is: Why do you have a bookkeeper and/or accountant review your spending flow? If it is to try and keep spending under control, then you probably should be upfront with him/her/them. If you are one of those people who just cannot keep accurate records---balalncing a checking account if you still have one, paying credit card statements, etc. etc. then you can probably put your escort spending down to "entertainment"--unless of course it is so exorbitant that the bookkeeper would have to comment. I said a question, but now I think of another: Do you want to keep your spending on escorts completely private from just your bookkeeper or accountant? Or is it possible you are in denial about how much you really spend? If you are a trust fund person and receive a set amount each year or month and to get extra, have to give reasons for the request, good luck---trying to hide where it actually goes will eventually come back to bite you in the arse. But it is an interesting problem to have---I envy you a bit----and good luck.

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I think a pertinent question here is: Why do you have a bookkeeper and/or accountant review your spending flow? If it is to try and keep spending under control, then you probably should be upfront with him/her/them. If you are one of those people who just cannot keep accurate records---balalncing a checking account if you still have one, paying credit card statements, etc. etc. then you can probably put your escort spending down to "entertainment"--unless of course it is so exorbitant that the bookkeeper would have to comment. I said a question, but now I think of another: Do you want to keep your spending on escorts completely private from just your bookkeeper or accountant? Or is it possible you are in denial about how much you really spend? If you are a trust fund person and receive a set amount each year or month and to get extra, have to give reasons for the request, good luck---trying to hide where it actually goes will eventually come back to bite you in the arse. But it is an interesting problem to have---I envy you a bit----and good luck.

 

Samai139:

 

Are you asking me, personally, or are you throwing this question

out to the "public"?

 

BC

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Samai139:

 

Are you asking me, personally, or are you throwing this question

out to the "public"?

 

BC

 

I believe it was rhetorical. Most people here would not care to reveal their personal business., other than the fact that they HIRE...thats understood !

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Unless the Mrs is doing the books and the idea is to keep cash flow away from her eyes or possibly his eyes

 

I guess one of my character flaws has always been that I make my business "an open book". I cant identify with deception and am therefore out of touch with this reality....

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Samai139:

 

Are you asking me, personally, or are you throwing this question

out to the "public"?

 

BC

 

BC--I guess my question was more to prompt some self-examination rather than get a personal answer. I didn't mean to pry into your business and apologise if that is the way my post came across. Looking at the other replies, it seems that few have any suggestions other than being upfront with your accountant and I agree with that. I'm sorry, but I have no suggestions about how you can hide activities from your accountant/bookkeeper---no experience and I'm just not good at hiding things.

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BC--I guess my question was more to prompt some self-examination rather than get a personal answer. I didn't mean to pry into your business and apologise if that is the way my post came across. Looking at the other replies, it seems that few have any suggestions other than being upfront with your accountant and I agree with that. I'm sorry, but I have no suggestions about how you can hide activities from your accountant/bookkeeper---no experience and I'm just not good at hiding things.

 

Bottom line: your accountant is employed by YOU. How you spend your money is not his business. If he is troubled by your expenses, get a NEW accountant.

 

Now: if it is a business accountant and you are an employees an are misappropriating funds, thats another story entirely. You should be penalized. Getting your rocks off is not a business expense, unless its your OWN business. End of story !

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Bottom line: your accountant is employed by YOU. How you spend your money is not his business. If he is troubled by your expenses, get a NEW accountant.

 

Now: if it is a business accountant and you are an employees an are misappropriating funds, thats another story entirely. You should be penalized. Getting your rocks off is not a business expense, unless its your OWN business. End of story !

 

Yes, JJ, I see how my question implied criminal activity.

Thanks for veering everyone's attention to this.

 

BC

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Why does your bookkeeper and/or accountant need to know how you spend your money? If my accountant were to ask where I spend my money, I would tell him it's none of his GDF business (not that he would). Of course, if you're spending someone else's money on escorts (i.e. charging it to your business), you should go to jail, then learn your lesson and stop spending other peoples' money on escorts.

 

 

 

AGREED! I like your response and would be pleased to adopt it here in answering this [what I find] an unusual post!! I don't know if the poster is being serious or facetious!

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Its Complicated

 

If you utilize a bookkeeper and/or accountant to review your

cashflow and spending, how do you keep your spending on escorts completely private?

 

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Yes, JJ, I see how my question implied criminal activity.

Thanks for veering everyone's attention to this.

 

BC

 

Actually bcohen, it was natural progression response to the direction the thread seemed to be going. ie: Your accountant Questioning your expenditures. Lighten up Dude !. Others seemed to be on-board with the reply.

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Please stop bullying bcohen7719 and other members on this board

 

There is absolutely NO bullying going on here. I am discussing the topic rationally just like the other members. STOP trying to stir up trouble and controversy. It's NOT needed here.

 

If you have a personal problem with me DTB, just speak for yourself and dont hide behind other members. Your comment is off base and out of line.

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Actually bcohen, it was natural progression response to the direction the thread seemed to be going. ie: Your accountant Questioning your expenditures. Lighten up Dude !. Others seemed to be on-board with the reply.

 

Thanks, JJ. Now I am lightened up, and also a "dude."

 

Give me a break.

 

BC

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All the cash that I regularly hide from the IRS is used to pay escorts... the escort then never ("Well, hardly ever!" to quote W.S. Gilbert) declares it to the IRS either... and since none of us tell our accountants it is almost a fool proof system with no paper trail... unless some poor stiff along the way decides to keep some sort of a record that is... Well, that will "hardly ever" happen...

 

However, if so... I'm taking the whole damn network down with me!:eek:

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