Top 5 Faces NOT to Make During an Audit

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Poker players call it "the tell", those little signals you give off while playing the game. The raised eyebrow when you fill out that straight; which hand you use to push your chips forward. You may not play high-stakes poker, but there are plenty of situations where you want to be careful not to give away your thoughts, and none may be more important than when you are being audited, by the IRS or some other government regulator.

As a service to you, dear reader, I offer the Top 5 Faces NOT to Make During an Audit. They may make the auditor wonder if there's something you're not telling them...

Please note, that if you are an auditor, you should add these to your repertoire!

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  5. Categories of Fun and Experience Design

posted by Mike at 5:42 AM


Blogger Robert Hruzek said...

My personal favorite... #3

... and good luck with the audit!

2:10 PM  
Blogger Mike said...

That one works particularly well at home, too! ;-)

2:14 PM  

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