Footnotes: The Best Professor; Grant Thornton Gets Personal; When Price Waterhouse People Kill | 07.16.14

Have another glass of that delicious 'Aid [Twitter]

McDonnells hope accountant can testify there was no financial hardship Don't look at me, I didn't vote for him [WTVR]

Sometimes lawyers forget to pay their taxes [WTNH]

House Passes $22B Bill Cutting IRS Tax Enforcement [AP]

CBO: Everyone’s taxes will go up quietly The value of the mortgage interest deduction will be cut by nearly half. Many more will owe taxes on their Social Security benefits. And Obamacare taxes aimed at the well-to-do will begin hitting a lot more taxpayers. Even if Congress does nothing, rising incomes, inflation and other factors will quietly push up taxes over the next 25 years well beyond historical averages, the Congressional Budget Office reported on Tuesday. [POLITICO]

A cold case murder involving the death of a CPA at the hands of a former Price Waterhouse colleague is coming to a close 22 years later [SJ Mercury News]

Millennials Don’t Know What "Socialism" Means To be fair, neither does anyone on Fox News [Reason]

University Lecturer Admits Trading Good Grades for 7-11 Coupons Don't you wish you had this guy for intermediate? [Gawker]

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