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Footnotes: Auditor Resignations, IRS Auctions, and Charitable Organizations | 07.26.12

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CMEDY: PWC’s Resignation Letter The resignation letter, obtained via Freedom of Information Act and filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of the Chief Accountant, is dated April 23 and is a brief, formal notification to China Medical chief financial officer Takyung (Sam) Tsang and the company’s board of directors that PWC resigned the account without providing any reason for doing so. Based on previous reports–and private PWC communication with investors that has reviewed–it appears that PWC had not been able to communicate with anyone at China Medical for months. [TFI]

Is it Time to Rethink the Tax Treatment of Charitable Organizations? [TaxVox]

Young Buck's IRS Auction Banks $53,000, 615 Cashville Chain Highest Priced  [SOHH]

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