September 23, 2020

The Monthly Close

The Monthly Close: Rihanna and 50 Cent Need New Accountants

There's nothing like a hip-hop star's beef with her accountant to heat up July's Monthly Close. God bless you Rihanna, you shamelessly marvelous exhibitionist, you. In addition to Rihanna's accountant, Greg Kyte & Co. cover Diageo's ten feet tall and bulletbroof books, accountants who marry accountants, Chris Christie trying to put his dad's firm out […]

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 Monthly Close: PwC Partners Drink the Blood of the Proletariat

Another month, another set of closing jokes. Here's what Greg Kyte & Co. covered for the May close:  The 2015 PwC partner class That time Bernie Madoff's CFO stuck a phony ledger in the refrigerator Insecure millionaires Grant Thornton's audit of the Marine Corps A CPA tattoo. More Monthly Close:April '15: The Monthly Close: That […]

The Monthly Close: That Clinton Foundation Accountant Really Blew It

Every comedian on Earth is praying for another Clinton presidency.   This month, Greg Kyte and his merry band of joke artisans cover: The IRS's courting of Millennials A disallowed Snickers expense The teacher who had students help her with tax returns  The Clinton Foundation tax troubles Iowa's tax credit for prom Check out more […]

The Monthly Close: Accountant Pillow Talk Results in Double-billing

February's Monthly Close is a little late, which isn't unusual this time of year, what with busy season problems, brackets and whatnot. Luckily, we keep squishy deadlines around here. This month Greg Kyte & Co. discuss a Texas guy paying property taxes in ones, IRS technology, Matt Damon doppelgängers, negative billionaires, and accountants banging co-workers.  […]

The Monthly Close: Another Accountant Who Didn’t Get Laid

The books on January are closed and it's time to review the best stories from last month with your favorite Utah chuckleheads.  If you need a refresher on the stories from January'smonthly close, here you go: Jilted Girlfriend Has Totally Had It With Cheap Accountant Boyfriend and His Stupid Spreadsheet Stop Using These Played Out […]

The Annual Close: The Year in Adverse Accounting Jokes

Just in case you missed an entire year of news (or rather, half a year since we only started this in August of last year), we've condensed the best of The Monthly Close into one short series of clips to make sure you get all your accounting news in one fell swoop. Lois Lerner's emails, […]

The Monthly Close: Billing This Dump to the Client

I see Greg is wearing the same blue shirt he wore to AWeb Live, unless he happens to own several of the same exact shirt. Not outside the realm of possibility. Enjoy!

The Monthly Close: Nothing’s Hotter Than Prostitution with Accurate Receipts

Sometimes the month just gets away from you. Luckily, we all worked hard to get this wrapped up so none of us had to work over a holiday weekend. Have a great Thanksgiving.

The Monthly Close: Grant Thornton Mayonnaise Sandwiches and Other Rejected Mascots

It's time once again for the ritual that is closing the books on Going Concern's prior month. Enjoy!

The Monthly Close: Accounting For the Month in Headlines

Once a month, Greg gets together with his slightly-funnier-than-he-is pals to rip on the month in headlines. This month, the crew chats about the new online dating service matching employers with job seekers, a website for married cheaters that thinks accountants make the best dates, accountants wasting time on the Internet at work, the best […]

The Monthly Close: Accounting with Your Shirt Buttoned Down

Today we're kicking off a new video series. it's called the Monthly Close and it'll feature Greg and some of his comedian chums recapping stories from last month. We hope you enjoy it. If you have feedback or any suggestions for stories that you'd like to see in August's Monthly Close, email us or comment below.