Accounting News Roundup: Vatican’s Off-Balance Sheet Activity; Deloitte Trying Out Blockchain Tech; IRS vs. ICP | 07.16.15

Vatican had more than a billion euros off books before financial clean-up [Reuters]
Adopting International Public Sector Accounting Standards brought the $1.2 billion Euros back on the books.

PwC Chair Bob Moritz: What Mellody Hobson taught me about race in corporate America [Fortune]
BoMo says that,  "using my position as PwC’s chairman and senior partner to drive conversations about race and diversity, to drive change and ask the hard questions within PwC and the profession in which we compete, and to have the discussion with other CEOs and corporate leaders."

Deloitte Trials Blockchain Tech for Client Auditing [CoinDesk]
This one's for you, cryptocurrency fanboys and girls.

Accountant Accused Of Stealing $39K In Company Checks [Tinley Park Patch]
Brittany Hayden had a prior conviction for embezzlement and yet managed to get a job at Mack Industries.

Do You Really Need to Hold That Meeting? [HBR]
Flowchart included.

IRS dogging Insane Clown Posse’s Shaggy 2 Dope [AP]
The Service wants to know some details behind Joseph Utsler's (real name) income. 

So do any of you guys bring your own cushions to audits? [r/accounting]
Man. Wish I'd thought of that.

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