Funniest Accounting & CPA Jokes
Funniest Accounting & CPA Jokes

Here are some CPA jokes and hilarious puns that only an accountant can find funny. If you find yourself laughing or smiling at any of these CPA jokes, chances are you are an accounting nerd like the rest of us. After all, it’s an accrual world.

What’s the definition of an accountant?

A guy who wanted to be a mortician but didn’t have the personality

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What is the Army slogan for accountants?

Be audit you can be

What does an accountant use for birth control?

His personality

If an accountant’s wife can’t get to sleep, what does she do?

Leans over to her husband and says “Tell me about work today, honey.”

Why Do Accountants Make Good Lovers?

They’re great with figures. 

How Can You Tell You’ve Found a Good Tax Accountant?

He has a loophole named after him. 

How did the accountant die?

He lost his balance

What do you a call a 90-year-old accountant?

Someone at the end of their useful life

What’s the Difference Between an Accountant and a Lawyer?

The accountant knows he’s boring.

Where Do Homeless Accountants Live?

In a tax shelter.

How does Santa’s accountant value his sleigh?

Net Present Value

Why did the auditor cross the road?

Because that’s what he did last year.

What did the accountant do before busy season?

He shot himself in the face

Big 4 firms have work-life balance

Funny Accounting Jokes and Puns

  • LIFO the Party
  • Let’s Get Fiscal
  • Accrual Intentions
  • Accrual World
  • Account Me Out

I know. This is CPA humor at it’s worst. Do you know any funny CPA jokes? Leave some good ones in the comments. The cheesier the better. 🙂

Kenneth W. Boyd

Kenneth W. Boyd is a former Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and the author of several of the popular "For Dummies" books published by John Wiley & Sons including 'CPA Exam for Dummies' and 'Cost Accounting for Dummies'.

Ken has gained a wealth of business experience through his previous employment as a CPA, Auditor, Tax Preparer and College Professor. Today, Ken continues to use those finely tuned skills to educate students as a professional writer and teacher.