Last year, the only second-tier accounting firm not going by its inititals, Grant Thornton, announced a new paid-time off policy that would allow its employees to take unlimited vacation.
DIdn't need this. Didn't want it.
The first Cubs World Series win at Wrigley Field in 71 years wasn't *just* going to happen.
Plus, a new IRS scam, trolling Trump over tax returns, a tough toddler and more.
Grant Thornton announced its new partner class yesterday and while this year's group was slightly smaller than last year's class of 50, it's still far larger from those in recent years.
Mike's just blowing off work to see a Cubs game:
Grant Thornton saves its compensation discussions for the dog days of summer.
Mike McGuire knows the Cubs lost, right?
Earlier this week, we learned about a couple of Grant Thornton audits that were less than perfect.
The SEC announced a settlement with Grant Thornton and two partners today over some bad audits that went down in America's Dairyland. The firm will pay $3 million in fines, plus forfeit $1.5 million in audit fees with interest.