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November 28, 2022

Accounting News Roundup: Above Average Auditors; PCAOB Public Meetings; Peeing in Pools | 03.27.14

 
Here's another abbreviated ANR for your enjoyment. If you have opinions or suggestions on anything we're doing, email us at [email protected].
 
All The Auditors Are Above Average: Jay Hanson Allergic To “Audit Failure” [re:The Auditors]
 
Previewing the PCAOB’s Public Meetings on the Auditor’s Report – Where Can We Find the Bar? [Re:Balance]
 
Senate Finance to consider tax extenders next week [The Hill]
 
Mind the Non-GAAP [CFO]
 
Gambler’s luck turns in second trip to Tax Court [JofA]
 
Using Bitcoins regularly will get you a really long Form 8949 [Tax Update]
 
Income Tax Information Used in Family Law Cases [Fraud Files]
 
Peeing In Swimming Pools May Cause Heart, Lung Problems [UH]
 

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