Singing CPA releases new CD of holiday music

Steven Zelin, aka The Singing CPA, has announced the release of his latest CD just in time for the 2008 Holiday Season titled, "No Accounting For The Holidays." The CD features 10 parodies of popular holiday favorites.

Everyone, including accountants and finance gurus, can appreciate an update to "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" retitled, "We Wish You A Great Big Refund." And, other sure to be favorites on the CD include "IRS Jingle Bells," "Most Deductible Time of the Year" (to the tune of "Most Wonderful Time of the Year"), and for those celebrating Hanukkah, "Taxes, Taxes, Taxes" (sung to the tune of "Dreydl, Dreydl, Dreydl").

Zelin, a former accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers and JPMorgan Chase & Company, quit his job earlier this year to pursue his musical dreams.

"The holidays are often a blur for accounting and finance professionals with year-end financials due and tax season looming once the ball drops," said Steven Zelin, The Singing CPA. "My new holiday CD is sure to give them a reason to take a break and enjoy the holiday season with a few laughs and a smile!"

The CD is available for purchase online at iTunes and CDBaby.com/zelin4 and costs $10.40. For more information, visit www.thesingingcpa.com or contact Steven at theSingingCPA@gmail.com.


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