CBS News September 23, 2018, 4:52 PM Tiffany Haddish: The IRS should send a thank-you note for paying taxes on time

In an Instagram video post, Haddish wonders why the IRS doesn't send her a "thank you card."

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Tiffany Haddish became the latest celebrity to air out her beef against Uncle Sam on social media on Friday, when the actress joined the likes of Cardi B and openly complained about taxes chewing up their paychecks.

The "Night School" star began a video on Instagram by thanking the Internal Revenue Service and California's Franchise Tax Board for scooping up her money. She then riffed about how she never gets a gesture of appreciation back, even as she pays on time.

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You know my address #IRS you know where I work. #Taxeshurt #respect #AThankYouWouldBeNice #Why51% #AreWeMarried? #WhyUDontComeHomeAtNightThen?

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"I want to know, how come I pay my taxes on time every year all the time, and even if I'm a little bit short, you always send me a notice to remind me that I'm short or that I never to pay a little more?" the comedian said. "But you never, ever, ever, send me a thank you card or a birthday card."

The California resident, who will film a one-hour special for Netflix in 2019, says the IRS takes "nearly 51 percent" of her money.

"Can you just say 'thank you,' IRS? Can I get a thank you?" she said light-heartedly. "Because it hurts, it really hurts. It's so disrespectful."

In March, "I Like It Like That" rapper Cardi B went viral when she asked where her money is going.

"So what are y'all doing with my f—ing money?" she said then. "What is y'all doing with my f***ing money? I want to know. I want receipts."