Footnotes: Not a Big Variance; Deloitte’s New iLab; An Intern’s Lament | 07.21.14

$340,000 accounting error is small 'variance,' Civil District Court clerk says Immaterial. [The Times-Picayune]

Someone actually considered whether or not zombies have to pay taxes [ATL Redline]

Deloitte looks to Atlanta to headquarter its new "iLab" [WABE]

Former Sino-Forest CFO settles fraud case The former chief financial officer of Sino-Forest Corp. has agreed to pay $6.3 million and testify against other former executives of the China-based forestry company which collapsed under allegations of massive fraud. [AP]

Valeant Complains To SEC About Allergan's War Of Words [Forbes]

American students need a good dose of financial literacy [AWeb]

How to be a good boss [Twitter]

Gowex Boss Paid Maid $405 to Hide His $2.6 Billion Fraud [Bloomberg]

20 year Big4 Intern. My rant on Audit. And some career advice, please! We may be nowhere near a single set of global accounting standards but boy can we all relate when it comes to working for the Big 4 regardless of location [Reddit]

Philip Seymour Hoffman did not take his accountant's advice [NYP]

Investment banker accuses ex-wife of turning their son gay 'in order to get back at him' in bitter court battle Well, that's something the entire world needed to know. [Daily Mail]

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