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A Christmas Message


19 December 2016:  Alan Limb, from BRI’s Southampton office, has written the following festive ode.

When Joseph went to Bethlehem
To register for tax
He’d no idea how much he owed
His bookkeeping was lax.

Poor Mary sat upon her mule
With child, and feeling nippy
Wishing that she’d married an accountant
Not a chippy.

“Why can’t we keep on top of things?
I can’t stand this much longer
We’ll have to sell the Frankincense
To pay our loan from Wonga.”

“We need to live within our means
And start to put some by
Or else we’ll have to go
And get advice from BRI.”

Merry Christmas!