Here's an interesting story about a fella by the name of Craig Haber. Craig became a partner at Grant Thornton in 1993. Around 2004, Craig decided to start helping himself to client fees that rightfully belonged to GT. This went on for a while.
This should be enough reading for the holiday weekend.
It's like you can't trust hookers on the Internet anymore!
Isn't that fancy?
Everyone knows that the IRS makes silly mistakes from time to time, but presuming that the Service employees who look at these tax returns won't be fooled by a 1040 from "First Name: Mr." and "Last Name: Bojangles" seems a little reckless:
How big? In the neighborhood of $53 million, according to the indictment. Earlier reports had put it closer to $30 million and change.
Just for good measure.
And allegedly this horse lady is the culprit.
Courtesy of lawyers representing The Iowa Public Employees’ Retirement System: