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Accounting News Roundup: IRS Commish Testifying Again; RSA Introduces Non-audit Fee Cap; Treat Email Like Tetris | 03.25.14

Ed note: I wrote this one the train this morning and Adrienne is also traveling so forgive the abbreviated ANR. We'll be in meetings most of the day so posting will be on the light side. Keep yourselves busy by obsessing over the Excel bracket and attending David Ringstrom's charts webinar at 2 pm ET.

IRS commissioner to testify on controversy Wednesday [The Hill]

Capping Hours to Avoid ACA Costs Could Violate ERISA [CFO]

RSA introduces 25% non-audit fee cap [Accountancy Age]

Mortgage Tax Breaks Trickle Up, New Study Shows [WSJ]

The IRS has released its Statistics of Income and its Fiscal Year 2013 Yearbook [via TaxVox]

Treat Your Email Like Tetris: One Action At a Time [Lifehacker]

Oklahoma Girl Breaks Girl Scout Cookie Sales Mark [AP]


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