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Footnotes: HR 1564: A ‘goofy piece of legislation’; Firms Holding Out on the PCAOB; There Are Awards for Accounting Firm Marketing? | 07.24.13

Mandatory Auditor Rotation – HR 1564’s Bump in the Road to Nowhere I search for any adult rationale for this goofy piece of legislation, and draw a total blank. [Re:Balance]

New Jersey CPAs are counting on a pretty good 2014. [AWEB]

PCAOB Updates List of Uninspected Audit Firms [AT]

Accountant from Roxbury accused of stealing $66,420 from client [S-L]

WeiserMazars won an award for an advertising campaign. [CPA Practice Advisor]

George H.W. Bush shaves head for 2-year-old cancer patient [CBS]

Tennessee Woman Shoots at Car Full of Kids for Turning in Her Driveway [Gawker]

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