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November 26, 2022

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Boy Scouts close to ending ban on gay members, leaders [NBC]

Bank of England is wrong on accounting rules, says Sir David Tweedie [The Telegraph]

The Deloitte Foundation Announces Recipients of the 2013 Doctoral Fellowships in Accounting [PR Newswire]

Davos message clear, says KPMG chief [The Australian]

IRS to Seek Details From UBS on Possible U.S. Tax Evaders [Fox Business]

Small Business Owners: The IRS Says You Are Tax Cheats [Small Business Trends]

Ohio CPAs to prepare tax returns free of charge for deployed troops [CPA Practice Advisor]

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