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December 3, 2022

Footnotes: More Thievin’ Accountants; KPMG Wants To Hire 30% More in Advisory; JobsOhio Has 99 Accounting Problems and an Audit Ain’t One | 11.21.13

Audit finds accounting problems at JobsOhio [Coshocton Tribune]

Plante Moran is trying to mentor kids into accounting and stuff [Grand Rapids Business Journal]

The accountant who stole $1.2 million from a holocaust survivor has been sentenced to 2 – 6 years in the pokey [Newsday]

And then there's the accountant who stole from Planned Parenthood, who is looking at doing 6 months time [The Buffalo News]

Just before weed is about to be totes legal in Colorado, the DEA and IRS swoop in on dispensaries [The Gazette]

KPMG to increase campus hiring by 30% within advisory. Here’s what you need to get the job [eFinancialCareers]

These two dudes totally beat the IRS [The Washington Times]

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