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How Everyone Feels About Doing Taxes, as Told Through Dancer Memes

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The one thing that can unite all of us on April 15 is the fact that everyone hates doing their taxes. Though they are necessary, they are exhausting and time-consuming, and just plain no fun for anyone!

To help you cope, we've captured what doing taxes feels like through a series of dancer memes.

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1. When you're convinced you have three months before the tax deadline.

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2. When you realize you were wrong and the tax deadline is actually 10 days away.

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3. When your friends ask you what you were thinking.

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4. When you try your best to understand the forms, but you process nothing.

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5. When you finally give up and get an accountant.

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6. When you realize how much money you owe.

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7. When you realize what money you get in return.

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8. When it's finally all over and you can live free again.


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9. When you realize taxes come around every year.

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