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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 2220 Accounting

Instructions and Help about Form 2220 Accounting

Hi everyone, this is Justin Bieber. Nia, what you see behind you is the baseball field at the University of Southern California, my alma mater. I'm showing this in the background because, well, I made a mistake last Monday. I completed my 100th career lecture at USC. My first lecture was in September of '09, and last week, I did my 100th lecture to celebrate it. I went over to the baseball field and wanted to get creative and have some fun, essentially just posting a prompt to video following this lecture. I thought everything went incredibly well until, after enduring a lot of traffic in Los Angeles, I pulled into Katsuya, a sushi restaurant in Encino. I was enjoying some sake when I went to listen to the video and realized there was no audio. Apparently, I can film the video and give a hundred lectures, but I'm unable to flip a switch, and therefore, nothing was actually recorded. So, just to memorialize it or keep for posterity, so to speak, I wanted to film this video and keep a plane in the background, although you won't hear anything. But I'm going to essentially recreate and go over exactly what I said during these lectures. When I open up some of these lectures, or some of the, you know, through some of the hundred lectures I did at USC, I'll open up the lecture and ask some of these business students at the Marshall School of Accounting, "What do you think of white-collar crime sentences? Are they too long?" I shared my story, 18 months for what I did for securities fraud, long enough. I'll talk about some of my other, you know, clients who share their stories. I'm allowed to share, and at the Marshall School, students are required...