September 24, 2022

Footnotes: Get to Know the $5 Trillion Tax Cut; Wyclef’s Charity Is a Mess; Internal Audit = Dead-end Job?; | 10.12.12

The Final Word on Mitt Romney's Tax Plan They say they have six independent studies — six! — that "have confirmed the soundness of the Governor’s tax plan," and so I should stop whining. […] The Romney campaign sent over a list of the studies, but they are perhaps more accurately described as "analyses," since four of them are blog posts or op-eds. I'm not hating — I blog for a living — but I don't generally describe my posts as "studies." [Bloomberg]

Five Things You Should Know about Mitt Romney’s “$5 Trillion Tax Cut” [TaxVox]

In Haiti, Little Can Be Found of a Hip-Hop Artist’s Charity [NYT]

A tax reform to get businesses expanding [WaPo]

Internal Audit: a Dead-end Job? A new academic working paper from accounting professors at Brigham Young University suggests that accounting students have significant negative perceptions about the internal audit profession as a potential employer. [CFO]

Cursing On The Job: Should You Do It, Ladies? [ATL]

But I love my (obsolete) fax machine! [AWEB]

Cleveland bus driver punches passenger in graphic video; Uppercut leads to suspension after fracas with female rider goes viral [CPD]

 

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