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CPA convicted for role in $40 million Ponzi scheme [WCNC]

With accounting system ‘on the ropes,’ Arizona moving forward with upgrade [Cronkite News]

Fort Collins accountant allegedly stole more than $300,000 from local companies [Denver Post]

Investing in Water Good Long-Term Bet, Goldman Head Says [Bloomberg]

Watchdog’s report raises concerns about SEC’s revolving door [Washington Post]

Tips on disputing errors on your credit report [AP]

The Age of the Permanent Intern [Washingtonian]

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