Accounting News Roundup: About That 47%…; Best Companies for Working Moms; Career Mulligans | 09.18.12

Who Doesn't Pay Federal Taxes? [TPC]
Over 60% of the 46.4% that don't pay income tax, do pay payroll taxes.

CMU forensic accounting students praised by state police [MS]
All they're missing is the Mystery Machine.

Prince Failed to Comply With IRS Summons Over Taxes, U.S. Says [BBW]
The Internal Revenue Service said Prince Rogers Nelson, known as the recording artist Prince, failed to comply with a summons issued on behalf of French tax authorities. The IRS asked the pop singer to appear in response to a request from its French counterpart “to examine the French income tax liability of Mr. Prince Rogers Nelson for tax years 2009 and 2010,” according to the documents filed yesterday in federal court in Minneapolis. Nelson hasn’t responded, the IRS said. The petition asks the court to enforce the summons. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Oct. 18 before U.S. District Judge David S. Doty.

2012 Working Mother 100 Best Companies [WM]
All the usual suspects are here (plus, BDO, GT, McGladrey, Moss Adams, and Rothstein Kass).
 
60 Percent Would Change Jobs If They Had a Do-over [AWEB]
And only about one-third (35%) would fire their boss if they could.

Why Wi-Fi Is Often So Slow [WSJ]
This will help specify your bitching.

 
Illegal parking gets truck driver $4,600 fine [ABC]
While ignoring several "No Trucks" signs in the process.

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