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November 27, 2022

Footnotes: EY Looking to Do Some Law; Citigroup FAIL; AirBnB Begs to Pay Taxes | 03.28.14

Forget consulting, EY wants to provide legal services in the UK It said in a statement: ‘The appointment has been made with a view to building a legal capability for EY in the UK, subject to regulatory approval, which would complement the firm’s existing service offerings.’ [The Law Society Gazette]

As Cash Use Drops, Do Crime Rates Follow? [BBW]

Citigroup Fails Federal Reserve’s Stress Test for 2nd Time in 3 Years [DealBook]

Were your parents rich? Maybe you should pay more in taxes. [WP]

AirBnB wants to pay taxes, it's just that NYC won't let them [Curbed NY]

Tax Scammers To The Left Of Me, Tax Schemers To The Right Of Me [Forbes]

Drudge 'Liberty Tax' Update: A CPA Firm Employee Weighs In 'My point is this: it is more than just Matt Drudge who is considering their liability with the individual mandate tax/penalty. Every person with a competent tax professional is.' [NewsBusters]

Crazy lime prices are summoning up the ghost of Crazy Eddie: "The prices are insane," Dave Samuels, of Ingardia Bros. Produce in Santa Ana, Ca., told the Press-Enterprise. [Gawker]

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