Accounting News Roundup: PwC Gets Out of Albany; Fake Church, Real Prison; KPMG Legal Making Moves | 05.28.15

PWC closing second office in Albany [ABR]
38 people will have to find something else to do.

Stand Up for Accounting [AT]
Plano-based CPA firm Montgomery Coscia Greilich subsidizes standing desks for employees who want to get off their asses.

Man Gets Prison For Inventing His Own Church, And It's Not Scientology [Forbes]
Thou shalt not evade taxes through phony tax-exempt entities.

Accountant stole $125,000 from employer, cops say [NJ.com]
By, allegedly, forging a single check.

KPMG expands legal horizon [AFR]
The former head of DLA Piper's Asia-Pacific corporate practice will lead KPMG Legal in Australia.

Police: Woman gets fork in eye in dispute over last rib [WLKY]
Oh, the things happen in Muncie, Indiana: "[A] 45-year-old woman was arrested Sunday night on a preliminary charge of criminal recklessness. An affidavit says the woman was a guest at another family's barbecue, and the homeowner's daughter got upset with her over 'taking the last rib from the kitchen.' According to the affidavit, the woman was confronted by the daughter over 'taking all the food,' and she told an officer that the woman stabbed her in the eye. Police say the woman maintained she acted in self-defense and that the homeowner's daughter was brandishing a knife."

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