Mourn for Your Money Day

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When Celebrated

Always on June 10th


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About the Holiday

Mourn for Your Money Day painfully recognizes the signing of the withholding tax bill into law on June 10th, 1943. It's a day to be mournful of the money that disappears before you even get to see it. A theme observed for this holiday is to give something to someone with 40% of it missing and write on the item, or accompanying card, that I would have sent you the whole gift but 40% of it was withheld.

Gift Guidelines

  • Something with 40% missing
  • Bank
  • Wallet
  • Coins or money before 1943
  • Tax preparation software

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