‘One way to cheat death is to become an accountant, it seems. The Norfolk accountancy firm W.R. Kewley announces on its website that it was “originally established in 1982 with 2 partners, one of whom died in 1993. After a short break he re-established in 1997, offering a personal service throughout.” He was, feedback presumes, dead only for tax purposes.’
New Scientist, 1 April 2000, vol. 166, no. 2232, p. 96. © Reed Business Information Ltd, England. Reproduced by permission. http:www.newscientist.com/article/mg16622327.100-feedback.html.
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