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Footnotes: AICPA Defends the Cash Method; Auditor/Client Tension; Beating Fomo | 08.15.13

Tronox is looking for an Audit Manager in Stamford, CT[GCJ]

In the Matter of Lake & Associates, CPA's LLC and Jay Charles Lake, CPA [PCAOB]

AICPA Objects to Congress Limiting Use of Cash Method of Accounting [AT]

Speed Up Microsoft Excel's Help Window [AWEB]

 A Tuesday proposal from the U.S. accounting watchdog requiring auditors to disclose problems encountered during a review of corporate financial statements would likely give investors some valuable new insights, but it could also cause tension between auditors and their clients and give new ammunition to enterprising plaintiffs attorney. [Law360 (Subscription)]

Star Trek communicator puts your dog poop where no dog has gone before [io9]

How Can I Overcome My Fear of Missing Out? [Lifehacker]

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