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November 26, 2022

Footnotes: Bonus Depreciation; Five Year Olds vs the IRS; Thin Mints and Ethics | 02.18.14

Expired ‘Bonus Depreciation’ Tax Credit Could Be Cash Flow Drag [CFO Journal]

Five Year Old's Letter to the IRS: 'It's OK If You Talk With My Mommy About My Taxes' [TaxProf]

AICPA Creates Interactive, Online Accounting Game for Educators [AICPA]

Abba admit outrageous outfits were worn to avoid tax [The Guardian]

Samoas, Thin Mints and business ethics [Washington Post]

Some time ago, someone posted this video somewhere (fuck if I remember where, maybe the comments?) and compared it to life in public accounting. Might be worth pulling out of the archive right about now: "This is a fucking nightmare. This is worse than… an RL Stein book." [YouTube]

I pulled this link up earlier for a certain someone who doesn't know how to talk to his firm about paying his CGMA dues (PDF). It's cool, dude, it's just like talking to your kids about drugs or your parents talking to you about sex when you're a kid [Michigan Association of CPAs]

In Open Items today: hey, anyone want to review some resumes for accounting students?, WTF is the difference between 1231 and 1245 property and let's talk your health insurance plan [Open Items]


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