Most years, if you were to ask me how much I make, the genuine answer is that I have no clue. I usually find out the answer to that question once a year, at tax time, when my accountant tells me.
The company accountant is shy and retiring. He's shy a quarter of a million dollars. That's why he's retiring.
I was never a Certified Public Accountant... I just had a degree in accounting. The reason I was never a Certified Public Accountant was because it would require passing a test, which I would not have been able to do.
I've been told to speed up my delivery when I perform. But if I lose the stammer, I'm just another slightly amusing accountant.
I've got an accountant who's been with me forty years. If he makes a mistake, he dies.
I worked as an accountant in an auditor's office, at a textile showroom, a telephone booth, and a fast-food joint while studying. My dad found it odd, but he never interfered in any of my decisions.
When I was a child, I wanted to be a jockey. I love horses, but it's not practical to have one in London. I also wanted to be an accountant, which isn't glamorous at all, but my dad was one, and I quite liked maths.
If you talk to a top accountant about his field of expertise, it's mind-boggling.
I am the despair of my accountant; I am the plastic bags of receipts.
My accountant worships me because I'm so cautious with my money.