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Footnotes: The AICPA’s ‘Sack of Mush’; Pot and Tax Reform; Defending the Mortgage Interest Deduction | 08.20.13

The Siegfried Group needs Senior Auditors in Chicago. [GCJ]

The FRF for SMEs is a “Sack of Mush” [Accounting Onion]

The Future of the Charitable Deduction [Economix]

Forget Congress, some states show how to pass tax reform [WaPo]

The Tax Reform tour 2013 was in tax avoidance's stomping grounds today. [The Hill]

Why Legal Marijuana is a Good Argument for Tax Reform That pungent odor you smell isn’t Blue Skunk Special. It may be the sweet scent of a tax shelter wafting through the door. [TaxVox]

The Independent reports that the German BofAML intern who died had a stint at KPMG. [Independent]

Reduced municipal bond tax benefits could threaten all governmental credit ratings [DMWT]

A Partial Defense of the Mortgage Interest Deduction [Tax Foundation]

High School Students Blow The Lid Off Oreo’s Double Stuf: There’s Only 1.86 Times The Stuf [Consumerist]

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