October 4, 2022

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Of Crimes and Punishments — And Where Shall Justice Be Found? [Re:Balance]

CFO Snapshot: Aon’s Christa Davies [Q:] What was the hardest part of getting the CFO title? [A:] It was convincing myself and others that I wasn’t a fraud because I did not have an accounting degree. [CFO]

Accounting firms have no business on Facebook [AFR]

IRS Audits of S Corp Tax Returns Often Produce Little Result [AT]

Accountant who lost £70,000-per-year job reduced to eating ONE meal a day after applying for 700 jobs without success [DM

My Big Fat Belizean, Singaporean Bank Account Economists generally agree that the best tax system would be simple and strict, offering little incentive to lobby for loopholes. The big problem, of course, is that many of the people and corporations with the most influence over Congress don’t want it that way. [NYT via Felix Salmon]

 

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