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Footnotes: Nice Bosses Can Be Bad; An EY Partner’s Workout Habits; Why BDO’s Football Team Sucks | 09.05.13

DiCicco, Gulman & Company in the Boston area is looking for audit seniors. [GCJ]

Verify A Certified Public Accountant License On TaxConnections Interactive Map [TaxConnections via Francine McKenna]

Man Pays Tax Bill With Thousands Of Single Dollar Bills To Protest 'Stolen' Money [Forbes]

Here's a nice story about a film production accountant who became a screenwriter. [TW]

Your nice boss may be killing your career. [HBR]

A Closing Window for Some Same-Sex Couples to File 2012 Tax Returns [TaxVox]

Grover Norquist has run out of things to say about taxes. Temporarily, at least. [@GroverNorquist]

More than you ever wanted to know about an EY's partner's workout and nutritional habits. [Crain's]

Why the official NFL team of BDO sucks. [Deadspin]

Man Steals Date's Cellphone for Refusing to Go Halfsies on Bill [Gawker]


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