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November 29, 2022

Accounting News Roundup: BDO Settles Allen Stanford Litigation; Stop Feeling Guilty About Quitting Your Job; Who Wants to Pay for an Audit? | 05.18.15

Accounting firm settles Allen Stanford litigation for $40 million [HC/SAEN]
BDO said, "the settlement made the most sense given its insurance coverage and the costs associated with litigation."

Four Reasons You Should Stop Feeling Guilty About Leaving Your Job [Lifehacker]
Important point: If the tables were turned, the company you are leaving wouldn't feel guilty. 

AICPA President, CEO and beer pong champion Barry Melancon, CPA, CGMA is talking this morning:

Signs That You’re Being a Pushover [HBR]
And suggestions for holding your ground. 

Analysis: Vladimir Putin exploits terrible defending to score 8 goals [Yahoo]
Probably because they didn't want to DIE.

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