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December 4, 2022

Footnotes: Camp Has More Questions; PCAOB Scholarship Falls in Student’s Lap; Amazon’s UK Taxes | 05.15.13

Camp: IG report raises as many questions as it answers [The Hill]

Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Costs on the Rise [AT]
 
This student at the University of Minnesota Duluth got a $10,000 scholarship from the PCAOB and he didn't even apply for it. [UMD]
Texas Fertilizer Explosion Victims in No Mood to Pay Property Taxes [ABC]
 
Report: Florida has one the nation’s highest business tax burdens [MH]

Amazon's UK Unit Pays $3.7 Million In Taxes On $6.5 Billion In Sales [Reuters]

Former accountant stole more than $670K from St. Paul archdiocese [MST]

EY Connect Day is this Friday. [E&Y]

KPMG is moving into a new Knoxville office. [KNS

Seniors Charged for Drug, Prostitution Ring at Jersey Old Folks' Home [Gawker]

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