Video News Update for Week of January 9, 2012
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AccountingWEB's Weekly News Update for the week of January 9, 2012 is available in video format!
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- IRS Kicks Off 2012 Tax Season with Deadline Extended to April 17
- FASB Is Viewing Private Company Standards through a Different Lens
- Eide Bailly and Wipfli Accounting Firms Announce Plans to Merge
- New York Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty to Filing Fictitious Tax Returns
- Pride of the Yankees? Hal Steinbrenner Sued by the IRS
- Accountants Just Want to Have Fun... on the Subway and Streets of New York
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