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ANR: Survey Shows Gender Gap in Accounting Salaries; Deloitte Israel CEO Killed in Plane Crash; Clifton Larson Allen Went Shopping | 08.05.13

The Gender Gap in Accounting Salaries [AT]
The gap in 2012 was 78% (i.e. women earn 78 cents for every dollar earned by men), according to an IMA survey.

CEO of Deloitte in Israel killed in Eilat airplane crash [Haaretz]
Igel Brightman was Chairman and CEO of Deloitte Brightman Almagor Zohar. The Israel firm's homepage has a tribute up.

If Only I Was an Accountant [HP
This guy is a lawyer who wishes he was an accountant. Why? Well, he'd like a job, for one thing.

KPMG replaces PricewaterhouseCoopers as INM auditor [Irish Times]
It doesn't exactly make up for losing HSBC, but it's something.

Tax cheats about to lose their licenses [NYP]
Gov. Cuomo plans to announce a program today that allows New York to suspend the driver’s licenses of taxpayers who owe more than $10,000, The Post has learned. The state estimates it will recoup $26 million this fiscal year and about $6 million a year in future years. The first round of suspension notices are being sent to 16,000 tax delinquents, who have 60 days to pay the bill or make satisfactory arrangements to cough up the money.

CliftonLarsonAllen Acquires Beck Advisory Group [AT]
“Beck Advisory Group has garnered a strong reputation serving both independent physician groups and health care system-based physician practices,” CliftonLarsonAllen health care leader John Richter said in a statement. “While CLA has historically been focused on serving independent providers, we believe the current economic environment and the implementation of health care reform will accelerate the alignment of hospitals and physicians. Our acquisition of the Beck Advisory Group will greatly expand our ability to serve the complex needs of our healthcare clients.”

Number of accountancy firms contracts nearly 2% in a year [Accountancy Age]
And it's been a 15.5% drop in the last five years in the UK.

Anthony Weiner of Boston, 25, gets caught up in his own sexting scandal [NYDN]

This Anthony Weiner, 25, of Revere, Mass., used his wife's phone to send a text luring the 21-year-old Winthrop man to another house in Revere. Once there, the guest was greeted with a bat to the head. Prosecutors said Weiner tied the man to a chair, threatened him with a power tool and a BB gun, and only released him when the terrified victim began vomiting. The Boston Weiner paid the battered man an unspecified amount of hush money before putting him into a cab, authorities said. And the victim wound up at Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston with a head injury. Weiner, whose next court appearance was set for Monday, is charged with assault with intent to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapons and kidnapping. After his arrest, this Weiner — unlike the cyber-cheating ex-Congressman — immediately fessed up, officials said. But he did claim that he acted in self-defense.


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