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‘That’s not a write-off!’: where the Australian tax office meets Schitt’s Creek – The Guardian

Every year, business owners find themselves in the crosshairs of the ATO due to tax returns littered with inappropriate claims. This year, there could be more trouble…



Theres a clip from the wildly popular TV show Schitts Creek thats on high rotation at the Australian Taxation Office right now.
In it, central character David Rose (played by show creator Daniel Levy) is explaining to his father (played by his actual father, Eugene Levy) how a series of increasingly ludicrous objects bedding, facial cream, a pretentious lamp littering his room are actually tax write-offs for a business hes working at.
Finally, the famous Levy eyebrows rise to the top of his skull…

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