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Footnotes: Snapchat for the C-Suite; CPA Day!; Bitcoin v IRS | 01.08.14

Confide, a Snapchat for the Corner Office [BB]

Come stalk me at the Maryland Association of CPAs' CPA Day in Annapolis January 15th (MACPA members only PLEASE, don't be weird and drive like 15 hours up there from South Carolina because it isn't going to work) [MACPA]

A great piece from AT on the "art" of accounting [Accounting Today]

Wyoming education accountant: Leadership ordered him to violate state, federal rules A Wyoming Department of Education employee testified Tuesday that a top staffer to state Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill told him to pay bills in a way that violated state and federal guidelines. The testimony came during the second day of hearings here, where the Legislature's Select Investigative Committee is investigating whether Hill committed any impeachable offenses while overseeing the education department. []

Investing in Bitcoin? LOL IRS [Forbes]

More than 100 clowns are being charged for a $400 million NY disability fraud [CBS]

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