The Monthly Close: Balancing The Death Star’s Books

The month of June provided Greg Kyte and his troupe with plenty of material.

For this close, they cover Rand Paul's desire to blow up the tax code, those lame accountant trading cards, the Vatican's first auditor, KPMG's role in the FIFA scandal and Death Star accountants.

You can check out the jokes that hit the cutting room floor over on Greg's YouTube channel.

More Monthly Close:
May '15: PwC Partners Drink the Blood of the Proletariat
April '15: The Monthly Close: That Clinton Foundation Accountant Really Blew It
March '15: White Collar Crime Should Be a Fun and Scary Surprise
February '15: Accountant Pillow Talk Results in Double-billing
January '15: Annual Close
December '14: Billing This Dump to the Client
November '14: Nothing's Hotter Than Prostitution with Accurate Receipts
October '14: Grant Thornton Mayonnaise Sandwiches and Other Rejected Mascots
September '14: Wasting time on the Internet
August '14: Accounting with Your Shirt Buttoned Down

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