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December 5, 2022

Footnotes: Off the Edge We Go Anyway! | 01.04.13

It's been lovely as always spending the day with you all! Aren't we all happy we had drunk KPMG girl to carry us? YAY THIS JOB! See you all on Monday when Colin is back to cracking the whip on me. -AG

Danvers man tackled by FBI, IRS in sports betting scheme gets 2 years in prison [Boston Business Journal]

Settling Questions About Taxes [NYT Bucks Blog]

Iowa: Convicted exec owes $14.1M in taxes, fines [Townhall]

New report: Hidden state parks money started as accounting error in mid-1990s, then snowballed [San Jose Mercury News]

Game Changer: Accounting, law sectors roll through expected wave of M&A activity [Houston Business Journal]

U.S. Continues to Add Jobs at Slow Pace, Report Shows [NYT]

White House weighs new ‘grand bargain’ on taxes, spending [WaPo]

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