Researchers have found that people who cheated, and got away with it, experienced a thrill, self-satisfaction and a sense of superiority, including staff members at Bernie Madoff's offices as they fabricated logs and even put them in a refrigerator to cool. But what about CPAs? Many would argue that working on behalf of the public good brings its own sort of endorphin rush. Read more about it in this blog by the AICPA's Dave Andrews, CPA, Technical Manager -- Professional Ethics.
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