Either "EBITDA" was taken or the driver didn't appreciate the irony of excluding depreciation on a car's license plate. [Imgur via r/accounting]
It's nice to see a little national accounting pride, I guess: A few suspects: Christopher Cox Someone from the CPA Congressional Caucus who has a boat parked in RI. Your average Joe who's just walking down the street minding his own business. Anyone at the SEC, really. If spotted, flag him or her down and get […]
Meanwhile, somewhere in Georgia… About what you expect for an accountant's vanity plate, right down to the typos. [imgur via r/accounting]
There's also a chance that this is a picture of one of Craig Haber's old cars. Don't want to rule out any possibilities.
As we're sure you already know, Tax Prof has been on the vanity license plate beat this week. Naturally, one of our readers had a spotted plate to throw in the mix: "Saw this little beauty walking out of work about a year ago" Now, it's entirely possible this license plate is one of those […]
Of course Tom Hood had something to do with this.
Get your MACPA vanity license plate, complete with the CPA logo and tagline “CPA – Never Underestimate the Value” prominently featured. Let everyone know you are a member of the Maryland Association of CPAs. Plates cost just $25. They’re a fun way to show you are proud to be a CPA.
There’s one resident of Maryland who probably would like one of these that simply says “JDA” but we’re guessing “CPA wranglers” aren’t eligible. As for the legit CPAs out there, unless there’s a proctologist out there that’s already nabbed it, we suggest you move quick to get “ASSMAN” because it won’t last. We’ll hear your other clever suggestions now; shoot for style points.
Creative spelling but you’ll get the idea.
FULL DISCLOSURE: the editor does not drive a Subaru.