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November 26, 2022

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Metrolink executive quits after report cites accounting problems [LA Times]

KRUGMAN: Sweden Has The Answers To Our Taxation Problems [Business Insider]

FASB Could Revisit Pension Accounting This Year [CFO Journal]

IRS Continues To Battle Tax Identity Theft Problem [CBS DFW]

S&P parent McGraw-Hill says government's fraud case flawed [Reuters]

Marriott Marquis Lease Could Cost Taxpayers $344.9 Million, Audit Says [NY Times]

NASBA Releases CPA Examination Statistics [PRWeb]

The State of the Union is … boring? [DC Decoder]

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