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Have we missed anyone?
This is the equivalent of an arms race in the accounting world, I guess.
The big news in international audit firm world today is an announcement by the PCAOB that Deloitte’s Brazil firm audited badly and then covered up that bad auditing, which is also bad.
Here's some not-so-fun news that popped up on Reddit earlier with regard to Deloitte telling some tax people that their services are no longer needed:
Ding. Ding. Are you ready for Round 2? It’s the second annual #AuditorProud day.
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This better be a tax person.
Just as soon as we put of up the EY compensation thread, tipsters out of Deloitte started crowing for theirs, including this one:
Ever since Andersen went down for the dirt nap (and probably before that), observers of the accounting profession have worried about the shrinking number of large accounting firms.