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Lonely Old Man Chides Going Concern Writers For Having a Life on Valentine’s Day

Our curmudgeon-in-chief is feeling a little extra asshatty today:

Here ya go, big guy. We’re about to cut out for the day, but feel free to read these until your cold black heart is content:

Accounting Firm Cuts Ties With Trump and Retracts Financial Statements [New York Times]
Tax firm Mazars fires Trump Organization as client, says former president’s financial statements are unreliable [CNBC]
Accounting Firm Drops Trump Organization Over Dubious Financial Docs [Daily Beast]

XOXOXO, Jason and Adrienne.

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1 Comment

  1. I admittedly fell off the GoingConcern bandwagon several years ago when Greg Kyte couldn’t improve his artistry or his satire (and there were more ads) but I still stop by occasionally to check things out, and it warmed my heart to see Big4Veteran hasn’t succumbed to a retirement home or perhaps a mental facility in the meantime. Cheers!

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