Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
November 26, 2022

Footnotes: Let’s All Add “If You’re Reading This Without Permission, You Suck” To Our Email Signatures | 04.10.13

Accounting Class Action Suits Plunged in 2012: Report [WSJ]

Palm City accountant charged with fraud to be sentenced May 30 [TCPalm]

Accountant gets prison term for stealing from client [The Progress]

The Obama budget as interpreted by FOX News, Bloomberg and the New York Times. It is unfortunate Andrew Breitbart is no longer with us to give us his interpretation.

IRS may be reading your email without a warrant, documents suggest [NBC News]

The IRS and Nonprofit Media [HuffPo]

Victims of Madoff fraud can't sue SEC: appeals court [Reuters]

Thief's mistake alerts lawmaker to tax fraud Perhaps also a lesson in why you don't mess with dudes named Bubba. [USA Today]

Oh and there's more on KPMG's horrible week just in case you haven't read enough about it yet.

Latest Accounting Jobs--Apply Now:

Have something to add to this story? Give us a shout by email, Twitter, or text/call the tipline at 202-505-8885. As always, all tips are anonymous.

Comments are closed.

Related articles

a dog in fall leaves

Friday Footnotes: How EY Fights Poaching; Lack of Staff Is Closing Doors; Accounting to Biglaw? | 11.25.22

Big 4 FRC to fine Deloitte £440k over 2018 audit [Accountancy Today] The Financial Reporting Council’s Audit Quality team has issued a notice of a proposed sanction on Deloitte, proposing a regulatory penalty of £440k after it was determined that the Big Four firm failed to comply with the auditing framework in its audit of […]

PCAOB Hopes Updating Quality Control Rules Will Maybe Prevent Audit Firms From Constantly Breaking Quality Control Rules

From the earliest days of Going Concern until most recently last month, quality control has been a problematic thing for audit firms. For example, the firm that employed the guy who just got the largest fine the PCAOB has ever given to an individual auditor couldn’t get its quality control systems under control: From 2018 […]