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November 26, 2022

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S.&P. 500 Breaks Through 2007 Closing High Word is Ben Bernanke wore a "suck it!" t-shirt under his suit all day. [NY Times]

Amazon, Overstock Lose Challenge to N.Y. Web Sales Tax [Bloomberg]

A CPA Reveals the 10 Biggest Tax Mistakes People Make [Lifehacker]

Payroll fraud scheme yields another guilty plea [San Antonio Express-News]

Restatements Resurrected?: Accounting Fraud By The Numbers [Forbes]

House Republicans Try to Simplify Small-Business Taxes [You're the Boss]

Income Taxes: Legit or Not? [Santa Barbara Independent]

CEO Pay Rises in Tandem With Food Stamp Enrollment [Gawker]

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