Those flights of fancy are long behind us. But one accountant from a Blackburn firm still has this escapist opportunity, as a member of the ‘Rapid Response Unit’.
John Green, head of forensic accounting at Pierce, together with his band of legal, business and computer experts, helps ‘protect public figures in times of crisis’. What this entails, TS is not sure of, but we think it’s something to do with dealing with celebrity scandals.
So, if you’re a celeb in trouble and no one else can help and if you can find them, then maybe you could hire the ‘Rapid Response Unit’. TS loves it when a plan comes together.
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