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November 28, 2022

Welcome to Going Concern’s Weekly Gab Session

Today is the first in a new series of weekly posts that will feature your Going Concern cast kicking around stories from the past week in the accounting world. Friday afternoons are pretty slow, so we figured a little gab session would give everyone a chance to sound off on stories that we covered, missed and whatever else comes up.

We'll keep an eye on the comments in case there's something specific you want us to talk about, but for the most part, this is a free-for-all that we'll keep active throughout the weekend. Be sure to follow the conversation for updates.

For this kick-off version, I'll be joined by Greg Kyte, Leona May and Jeff Phillips.

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