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November 26, 2022

Footnotes: HP Loses Its Chairman; The GASB Finds a New One; ATR’s Obama Tax Hike Bracket; | 04.04.13

H-P's Lane to Step Aside as Chairman [WSJ]

Documents Shed Light on Widespread Use of Tax Havens [AT]

The Charitable Giving Coalition has launched a new website aimed at protecting the charitable deduction — the nonprofit sector’s latest effort to protect the break from being eliminated by tax reform. [The Hill]
 
 
Americans for Tax Reform has an Obama Tax Hike Tourney bracket. [ATR]
 
Top Individual Income Tax Rates: How Does the U.S. Compare? [TPC]
Christopher Bergin is concerned that the IRS doesn't have a non-acting commissioner. [Tax Analysts]
 
Police: NM man tried to cut off girlfriend's toe There are ways, Dude. [AP]

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