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November 29, 2022

Footnotes: TGI-Forget It! | 02.15.13

Acting Ed. note: Even though Colin stuck me with the task of hanging out with you all this week in his absence at the last possible minute when I could have been putting my cats in funny outfits and making obscene gestures at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond from my rooftop deck instead, it's been a fun week. Thanks as always for playing nice with each other (for the most part), putting up with me and not making me question my decision to become a hack accounting blogger. It's been an interesting week to say the least and I'm glad as always we spent it together. Your usual Master of Ceremonies shall return Monday… or Tuesday if Monday counts as a holiday. Happy number crunching, darlings! -AG

Business uncertainties a boon for local CPA firms [Jacksonville Business Journal]

Jesse Jackson Jr. charged with conspiracy, fraud, other counts [Washington Post]

CEO in fraud case needs more than seven days prison: court [Reuters]

Auditor: CA Parks Hid Money for 20 Years [Reason]

FBI, IRS investigate account connected to Pittsburgh police chief's office [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

S.E.C. Acts on Suspicious Heinz Trading [Dealbook]

 

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