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4 entries from April 2010

Did You Know? Al Capone was caught by an accountant!

In the 1920’s, the most notorious criminal in the United States was Alphonse “Scarface” Capone. Capone was known by various monikers: “Boss of the Chicago Outfit” (a.k.a., “the Mob”) and “The Big Fellow.” In 1930, Capone was elevated to Public... Read more →

So You Want to Be a Forensic Accountant via Going Concern

"Forensic accounting is about as sexy as it gets these days for boutique accounting services. For starters, there’s no shortage of work. And even if you’re too inexperienced to start up your own firm, you might be able to cut... Read more →

Blue-Ribbon Panel on Private Company Financial Reporting Meeting Today

A blue-ribbon panel established to provide recommendations on the future of accounting standards for private companies will meet for the first time Monday at the AICPA’s New York office. The public portion of the meeting will take place from 10:30... Read more →