Are you an accountant looking to work at a large, internationally known organization? Do you desire to work somewhere where your mistakes are tolerated for years before being rectified? Do you have the drive and passion to omit information from tax reports required by the U.S. government? If so, the Clinton Foundation might be just the place for you!
Good news: The Clinton Foundation is recruiting new accountants, maybe to refile the five years worth of tax returns that initially failed (mistakenly or not) to report donations from international governments. One of those accountants could be you! According to Maura Pally, acting CEO of the foundation, their error was that “government grants were mistakenly combined with other donations.” So if you are an accountant who is not good at telling a government grant apart from, say, a private donation, maybe you should consider investigating future career opportunities with the Clinton Foundation.
Even better news for accountants clamoring to join the foundation is the fact that of the $140 million taken in by the foundation, only $9 million was spent on direct aid. The public 2013 tax return for the Clinton Foundation cites that $30 million went towards payroll. If you are an accountant who wants to postpone the correction of your mistakes for up to five years after you make the errors, you might have what it takes to be part of that $30 million payroll.
If you are itching for a change and think you have what it takes to be a senior accounting supervisor or a senior investment accountant, you might find that the Clinton Foundation has exactly what you are looking for.
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