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Footnotes: Income Inequality, Broke People and Not-So-Broke People | 05.30.13

There are certain people who are all in a lather over this Apple taxes thing. Still. [Forbes]

Study: Tax Cuts Might Drive Income Inequality After All [The Atlantic]

According to the Fed (which is only slightly more reliable of a source than the Daily Mail), Americans have rebuilt less than half the wealth they lost during the worst of the recession [WaPo]

How State and Local Taxes Affect America's Athletes [Townhall]

Embattled IRS staff remain in jobs despite U.S. tax review scandal [Reuters]

The founder of CNET is broke [Bloomberg]

Note to self: setting up a laptop stand in the middle of the ocean to work is not a sufficient plan to avoid paying taxes [Don't Mess With Taxes]

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