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Attack at FDIC California offices leaves maimed and terminated


February 6, 2016, 2:58 am

If you are a new hire accountant do not work for government where trillions are involved On deregulation day 1999 we were stunned likely injected robbed and some may be dead. On the earth humans ... Read more »

Never work in finance was fathers advice


January 30, 2016, 2:45 pm

Do not work in finance in the USA. I worked for the FDIC. They were robbed using stun and inject with memory erasing techniques. I was terminated after being hurt. 15 years later memories ret... Read more »

Marine to robbers "you are some stupid mother fockers


January 14, 2016, 4:01 am

I misspelled the f word but a marine yelled this when we were being stunned at the FDIC in 1999. Accountants are not medical professionals or comba t veterans. I am all three which is why I w... Read more »

Re: Driving Organic Growth: How to Maximize Your Company's entire Asset.


January 3, 2016, 10:24 pm

Points To Successful Growth - Strategies For Growing Your Business In A Cha llenging Market. Driving Organic Growth: How to Maximize Your Company's entire Asset. Shareholders demand consistent ann... Read more »

Psych Ops War at FDIC Office, Stun and inject, 1999, FDIC Bank EXaminer me...


November 12, 2015, 4:42 am

I am Kurt Brown publicity name Saint Ram Bone former federal bank examiner and witness to an assault on an FDIC office and the possible rape of a woma n to my starboard wing as I was in the CEO po... Read more »

Georgia Tech Job Fair - Sep 15, 2015


July 27, 2015, 2:02 pm

Meet face to face with #employers and learn more about our job opportunities @ Atlanta Tech #JobFair on Sep 15, 2015. Register @ http://bit.ly/1D22chm #atlanta #recruiter Read more »

Changing an invoice


May 5, 2015, 5:48 pm

It's one thing to work for some closely to where you can call up and say, hey that invoice I sent few minutes ago had a typo; I will send you a new one. But I am working with someone who changes... Read more »

USD to CAN translation entry.


March 14, 2015, 5:22 pm

I have all my sales & all purchases as well as all A/R & A/P transactions in USD and Bank accounts maintain for it is also in USD. At the end of the year, I have to translate these values in CAD. W... Read more »

Can I get my CPA if I have BA in government and a Masters in Accounting?


February 12, 2015, 3:19 am

I have my Bachelors in Government Relations and have been looking into going for my Masters in Accounting. Ultimately I want to get my CPA but haven't quite figured out if the Masters accounting clas... Read more »

Barcode listing fee


January 31, 2015, 8:55 am

we are doing the registration of our items in local supermarket for what we have to pay barcode listing fee,my question is how I can pass the entry for these expense? Read more »

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Retrospective Purchase Order rating: 5

Hi, can you explain me what excatly Retrospective PO is and when it's created? thanks Read more »

LLC and Guaranteed Payments rating: 5

Hello, I've recently created an LLC and have been researching Guaranteed Payments, Member Draws, and EOY Member Distributions and found conflicting data. 1.) Does an multi member LLC defaulting to be... Read more »

"Easiest" state to get CPA license in? rating: 5

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What's the state that has the lowest bar in requirements when it comes to getting a CPA license? I live in Washington (WA), but I do not meet the strigent education requirements (24 semester hours of... Read more »

Self-Directed IRA LLC, SS-4 questions, etc. rating: 5

I recently opened a Self-Directed Traditional IRA account at a custodian trust company in the mid-west, and I am in the process of having my IRA funds from elsewhere rolled over into my Self-Direct... Read more »

Lessee, Lessor, and Variable Interests rating: 5

Have a question about a case I am doing in class: FastCar Parts, a manufacturer of automotive engines, is a nonpublic entity that leases a building from a related party, RE Properties, LLC. RE is who... Read more »

Re: "Easiest" state to get CPA license in? rating: 5

All states require a bachelors in Accounting, not must a business degree with an accounting major. This adds up to about 24 semester hours of accounting. You then have to take the test and get expe... Read more »

Accounting jobs suck! rating: 5

I graduated from college with a BBA in accounting in May 2002. My GPA was 3.87 on 4.0 scale. I have been a professional seeker of accounting jobs for five years. Most employers will not even consider... Read more »

Is 'cash' 'real' or 'personal' property? rating: 4.25

Consider a hypothetical commercial real estate property. The land, building, improvements, and rights to use them represent 'real property' The inventory, desks, chairs, and other assets on the prope... Read more »

Cash deposit or withdrawl & reporting to IRS rating: 4

I know that Bank of America or Washington Mutual automatically report to IRS if cash deposit is at least $10,000. How about withdrawl? If u withdrawl more than $10,000 at one time, will it get report... Read more »

Accounting adjustment rating: 4

Hi dears, could you please help me to understand these concepts, these are some adjustments that i have never faced and i dont know how should i change my new blalnce sheet and what is going in debit... Read more »

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