The Annual Close: The Year in Adverse Accounting Jokes

Just in case you missed an entire year of news (or rather, half a year since we only started this in August of last year), we've condensed the best of The Monthly Close into one short series of clips to make sure you get all your accounting news in one fell swoop.

Lois Lerner's emails, a "dating site" for job seekers, Obama's beef with accountants… it's presented here in all material respects with no adjustments or significant deficiencies to speak of.

We hope you enjoy and feel sufficiently caught up on anything you may have missed the opportunity to make fun of along the way.

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