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December 1, 2022

Footnotes: Baker Tilly’s Partner Class; Mark Weinberger’s Getting the Hang of Twitter; Tax Avoidance = Looting the Lord? | 06.19.13

ICYMI: Baker Tilly admitted seven new partners last week. [BTVK]

With his fourth tweet — a picture of St. Petersburg — Mark Weinberger has become the most successful Big 4 CEO on Twitter. [@Mark_Weinberger]

A Livingston accountant has been indicted on charges that he masterminded a fraud ring that bilked the state out of $700,000 in unemployment benefits. Among his alleged accomplices: his father and his in-laws. [Star-Ledger]

Internal Audit Slowly Shifting to Take on Strategic Risks [CW]

GOP tax-writers roll out estate tax repeal bill [The Hill]
 
Archbishop Says Those Who Avoid Taxes 'Are Actually Robbing God' [Forbes]
 
 
And for something completely different: A map showing the original meanings of place names in North America [io9]

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