Accounting News Roundup: Hybrid Pension Accounting; Utah’s White Collar Criminal Registry; Global Audit Deficiencies | 03.12.15

"Hybrid" pensions may need new accounting rules-IASB [Reuters]
Pensions aren't what they used to be, says Hans Hoogervorst, so the accounting might have catch up. 

Utah Passes White-Collar Felon Registry [NYT]
The first of its kind in the U.S.  

The Tools You Need to Make Every Meeting More Productive [HBR]
Including Doodle for scheduling group meetings.

“Audit Deficiency Syndrome” – IFIAR and the PCAOB Would Call It a Global Epidemic [Re:Balance]
Jim Peterson posits: "Is the quality of the Big Audit model so fundamentally degraded that large-firm performance deserves the headline-grabbing assertion of persistent, recurring serious deficiencies?"

The $195 pass-through timely-filing incentive [Tax Update]
Joe Kristan goes over all the reasons why you shouldn't forget to extend those corporate returns.

Breaking Bad Creator: Stop Throwing Pizzas at Walter White’s House [Time]
Vince Gilligan is not impressed, you clowns: “Let me tell ya, there is nothing original, funny, or cool about throwing pizzas on [the owner’s] roof,” Gilligan says. “It’s just not funny. It’s been done before. You’re not the first.”

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