The Accountant

Factual error: When researching Christian Wolf in the IRS database, they state he made $75,000 and ran ZZZ Accounting. They then look up 3 other businesses with over a million dollars in income, said they were all partnerships and stated that Christian Wolf was managing partner. Given that partnerships are flow through entities for income tax purposes, all that income would flow through to individual returns, resulting in much more than $75,000 in income on Christian Wolf's tax return.

Continuity mistake: When Ben Affleck first enters the meeting room, there are 2 workers cleaning up: one putting files in cardboard boxes and one other wiping the glass. When John Lithgow enters, he wants to talk to Affleck privately and excuses only one worker - the one wiping the glass. The first man has disappeared from the room. (00:45:45 - 00:46:25)

Factual error: The Department of the Treasury seal on the podium at press conferences list the date of the Department of the Treasury on the bottom of the seal as 1788. The Department of the Treasury was actual established on September 2, 1789.

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Brax: When you interrupt somebody like that, it makes them feel that you're just not interested in what they have to say. Or maybe you think what you have to say is just more important that what I have to say. Is that what you think?

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