The Monthly Close: White Collar Crime Should Be a Fun and Scary Surprise

This month, Greg Kyte and his accounting troupe discuss fun topics like Utah's white collar crime registry, a Florida church hosting lingerie parties, a refreshing CPA IPA, the AICPA's marijuana webcastand a tax shelter board game.

 
Check out more Monthly Close videos featuring Utah's finest comedians:
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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