Accounting Advices 

Accounting Student’s Faceplant Was a Sign of Things to Come For Ohio State

Poor Austin Bowman. The second-year accounting student and the first sophomore head drum major at Ohio State University since 2010 was hyped to run out onto the field at Ohio Stadium on Saturday before the No. 4-ranked Buckeyes took on the No. 12-ranked Oregon Ducks in the first football game at the stadium with fans in attendance since 2019. Bowman told the Newark Advocate in June about his excitement for the Buckeyes’ first home football game on Sept. 11: “I can only hope and pray it will be a full…

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Accounting Newsletter 

KPMG Poaches Someone From PwC and Issues a Press Release, Part XV

In today’s edition of “Big 4-on-Big 4 Poaching From Around the World,” we head to the largest country in South America where Carlos Augusto da Rosa Gomes recently left PwC in Brazil for the bluer pastures of KPMG. He announced his new home away from home on LinkedIn earlier this month: Carlos Augusto da Rosa Gomes KPMG is Carlos’s third Big 4 stop during his career, which began in 1988 as a tax consultant at EY in Brazil, according to his LinkedIn page. He left EY in 1990 to work…

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Accounting Services 

Friday Footnotes: KPMG Woos Broke People; PhD Pay Day; Guy Sues Deloitte | 9.10.21

KPMG’s UK arm among first to set targets for working class staff [Reuters] “We’re setting a socio-economic background representation target for the first time, alongside our other diversity targets,” KPMG said in a statement. AICPA Foundation Grants 25 Minority Doctoral Fellowships [CPA Practice Advisor] The funding comes from the AICPA Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students program, which serves to bolster racial and ethnic diversity and inclusiveness among accounting educators at colleges and universities. It provides $12,000 to each student, renewable for up to an additional four years, assuming students continue…

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Accounting Advices 

NASBA Systems Will Be Down This Weekend So Print Those NTSs, Folks

NASBA announced this morning that its systems will be down this weekend for what we presume to be a little planned maintenance. From their website: CPA Exam Candidates: The Gateway System, CPA Central and other NASBA system will be down for a scheduled outage on Saturday September 11th, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Central). You WILL NOT have access to your NASBA CPA Candidate account during this time. If you are scheduled to take the CPA Exam during this time, please print or download your Notice to Schedule (NTS) form…

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