The good news is that lots of this stuff is probably affordable. Not like some auctions.
From the Tennessean: • Several gold and platinum records for his own work and collaborations with 50 Cent – Yawn. • Several pieces of fine art – Fine art according to whom? The IRS or the reporter? OR Young Buck? • Multiple LCD and plasma televisions – Shock. • Designer watches and an assortment of faux-fur coats – Again, floored. • Pictures of Al Pacino and rapper Tupac – Lover of legends, obviously • A “marijuana leaf picture” – Bid increments are 25¢. • Three Royal Copenhagen white bear figurines – These? Really, Young Buck? • A 3-foot white and silver Santa Claus decoration – Never too early to start the Christmas shopping!
NASBA proposes changes in CPA requirements [Accounting Today] The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy has proposed a set of revisions to the Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules for CPAs, including the addition of more course content on data analytics and digital acumen, and the ability to take courses outside a school of business. […]
Plus, two bookkeepers—one for a church and the other for an accounting firm—are busted for stealing money. Trainee accountant stole £60,000 from boss to fund six months of hard drinking [Metro] Jake Currie used his job as a trainee accountant to fake invoices and frittered away £40,000 of the money he stole on getting wasted […]
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