Harold, a tax auditor, visits Miss Pascal at her store to audit her because she paid only 78% of her taxes for the year. She gives him a hard time and states that she intentionally did not pay taxes for spending that she does not support. Miss Pascal mentions some ways that the government spends taxes.
Christian Woolf consults a couple on what to do about their dire financial situation. During the conversation, he learns that Rita Blackburn makes necklaces at home and sells them. Christian realizes that they can claim a home-based business and receive a tax deduction through the IRS' Home Office Deduction.