Accounting News Roundup: White-Collar Wives and DMX Songs | 03.27.18

Will Virginia’s New Confectionery Law Serve as a Model for States Looking to Fatten Up State Revenues? [BNA]
Virginia is in the midst of implementing a new confectionery law that will cover booze-infused treats like spiked ice cream. It will all depend on how the Commonwealth defines “confectionery.”

Trust Betrayed: Wives of White-Collar Criminals Tell Their Stories [NYT]
Since men commit 69 percent of white-collar crimes, it stands to reason that there would be a support group for that: The White-Collar Wives Project. e.g. “He played violin in the front row of the church while being a criminal all week.”

Yeti Cools on Initial Public Offering Plan [CFO]
The company cited “market conditions” for its cold feet.

Lawmakers introduce bill to reform the IRS [AT]
The IRS was last reformed in 1998.

DMX’s Lawyers Are Going to Play His Songs in Court to Sway Judge During Sentencing [Pigeons & Planes]
Judge Jed Rakoff will hear “Slippin” and “The Convo” among others. DMX faces five years for tax evasion.

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I wrote about how millennials helped PwC learn that their employees aren’t a bunch of soulless robots.

Grant Hutchinson featured another cloud accounting firm owner who benefited from Xero’s help.

In Open Items, an intern seeks advice for an office relocation.

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