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February 2, 2023

Footnotes: The Three Day Work Week; Do It Now; Accountant Can’t Represent Himself | 10.03.14

The Most Annoying Buzzwords Revealed [Robert Half]

Debate: The three-day working week [economia]

How do you protect engaged people from not engaged or actively disengaged people? Besides keeping the disengaged people busy on GC all day [Blue Ocean Leadership]

There is never a right time, so just do it now [Lifehacker]

Little Falls accountant sent to prison A Little Falls accountant was sentenced to a year in federal prison for preparing 40 false tax forms, U.S. prosecutors out of Syracuse said. James Butcher, 58, also was sentenced to one year of supervised release and ordered to pay restitution to the IRS in the amount of $79,771. [Observer-Dispatch]

IRS: We Made A Mistake Valuing Michael Jackson's Estate [Forbes]

This accountant is not authorized to speak on his own behalf to the IRS [Watchdog]

Man sentenced to a year and a day for threatening to kill IRS agent [Providence Journal]

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