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Kids just want to have fun, and to be tax accountants when they grow up

When you reach a certain age, you'll one day find yourself uttering the phrase "these kids today." It's followed by a sigh and the shaking of your head. Trust me.

But you'll also find these kids also will frequently surprise you. And I'm talking in a good way.

Take, for example, the youngsters in a Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE video, each announcing that When I grow up, I want to be a Tax Accountant.

OK, so the kids really don't want to eventually be tax accountants. The clip is a tax specific version of a Monster.com television commercial, this time parodying the trials and tribulations of being a tax professional.

It was presented at a conference last week and then spread to other tax geeks via social media. Many thanks to @RedMoonSolution for sharing.

It's a fun misery-loves-company reminder of what's to come in just a few short months. Tax pros and tax geeks have to laugh (to keep from crying) whenever we have time.

Plus, to paraphrase one aspiring young tax accountant in the video, it's so cool.

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