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December 3, 2022

Footnotes: CPA Likely More Qualified Than a Ghost; Illinois CPA Is “Charged” | 09.10.13

Auditors have warned of Philly School District accounting problems since 1987 [Philly.com]

U.S. wants to seize assets tied to Russian tax refund scheme [Reuters]

Bisk has bailed out of the CPA review business. [Tampa Bay Business Journal]

For once, being a cheap ass accountant also means being the cool guy in town. [The Courier-News]

Survey says… CPA executives are sort of optimistic about the future? [AccountingWEB]

Apparently former Texas comptrollers include farmers, lawyers and even a ghost but there hasn't been a single CPA in office. Ever. [PolitiFact]

Swedes Face Forced Deleveraging as Debt Loads Swell to Record [Bloomberg]

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