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Footnotes: Baucus, Hatch Want Senators to Get After It (i.e. Tax Reform); IRS Scandal Purgatory; BDO’s Been Busy | 06.27.13

Lots of new listings on Going Concern Jobs including this one for a Forensic & Dispute Consulting Director at Grassi & Co. in Jericho, NY. [GCJ]

Finance Committee Asks Senators to Start Tax Reform Process Rather than having senators identify the tax breaks they want to eliminate, Senators Baucus and Hatch decided that it would be politically easier to ask them which breaks should be saved. [NYT]

Can The Baucus-Hatch Blank Slate Plan Jump Start Tax Reform? [TaxVox]

The IRS Scandal Will Never, Ever Die [Atlantic]

MF Global Was Bad [Edith O'Brien] deliberately did not copy other MF Global Treasury Department employees on her email response to BONY because, as she explained to one of her colleagues in the Treasury Department on a recorded telephone line: “I don’t want to take anyone down with me.” [DB]

BDO also announced to acquisitions today — one in Minneapolis and one in Anchorage. Yes, Anchorage. [BDO]

Raymond Wilson is replacing Tim Donnelly as OMP of PwC Brewtown. [MBJ]

Of course you want to see portraits of dogs dressed as their owners. [HP]

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