Footnotes: No Deal; Who’s Responsible for Detecting Fraud?; Awkward Accounting Recruit Story Gets New Life | 10.15.13

Flackman Goodman & Potter, PA is looking for a Senior Tax Accountant in Ridgewood, NJ. [GCJ]

Congress Still Split; Fitch Puts U.S. on Downgrade Watch [WSJ]

Paris Luxury Property Lures Overseas Rich as French Flee Taxes [Bloomberg]

Sarah Hall Ingram, director of the IRS office with oversight of Obamacare, has been testifying before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Although individuals have encountered problems with the government's one-stop website, especially when trying to sign up for coverage online, Ingram claims it's not the IRS' fault. "Our systems have come up on time and operated as planned in turning interactions around," said Ingram. The open enrollment for individuals in fourteen state-run exchanges, as well as a default to the federal government in states where an exchange isn't currently available, kicked off on October 1, 2013, and runs through March 31, 2014. Coverage will be effective as of January 1, 2014. [AWEB]
Auditors and Execs Dispute Who’s Responsible for Detecting Fraud [AT]
Jim Sowar is Deloitte's new OMP. [CBC]
Gawker discovered (via Brobible) the awkward accounting recruit story that we covered a couple weeks ago. [Gawker]
Man Had Sex With 999 Cars, Ready To Commit To VW Beetle [HP]

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