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November 25, 2022

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Deloitte Informs Indiana Officials That When You Let $526 Million Go Missing That, Yeah, It Can Take Awhile to Find It

Maybe you're not aware of this, but the state of Indiana lost track of $320 million in corporate taxes. Yep! They know that "state workers did not properly enter changes in the state's tax collection system" but why it took them four years to discover the problem is anybody's guess. Oh, and they also owe […]

Sheila Bair’s Awkward, Not At All Funny Suggestion To Save America

In a recent Washington Post op-ed, former FDIC chair and perpetual-pain-in-Bernanke's-backside Sheila Bair takes some stabs at the Fed's Easy Money For Everyone plan to get our economy chugging back to life and, in the process, makes the entire thing really, REALLY awkward. Cue crickets. Are you concerned about growing income inequality in America? Are […]

CPA Exam Tips For the Overambitious, Impending Graduate

Way back in my CPA review days, right around this time of year I'd start getting calls from overambitious college students ready to tear up the exam before the ink had dried on their pretty new degree. For most of these eager beavers, I had the honor (read: joy) of destroying their unrealistic ambitions and […]

Mitt Romney Would Like To See You Try Scoring His Tax Plan. Just Try It.

Fresh off his Super Tuesday meh, Mitt Romney went on CNBC and made a strange admission that his tax plan is not a real plan, per se:  “What I put out in my plan was a series of principles that allow our economy to grow and at the same time maintain a neutral budget impact,” […]