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November 26, 2022

Footnotes: IRS Helps Get Cash For College; Target Avoids the SEC; Quantifying Waves | 08.24.12

Thanks for allowing me to be your Master of Ceremonies today, kids, it's been my pleasure as always. Have a safe, happy and hopefully work-free weekend out there and Colin will be back to annoy the crap out of you all on Monday. Love, AG.

Automated IRS system helps with college financial aid application [Shore News Today]

Walmart, Target And Other Big Retailers Lobbied Successfully For Exemption From SEC Conflict Mineral Rule [HuffPo]

Romney's Taxes: It's The Carried Interest, Stupid [Forbes]

Surfonomics quantifies the worth of waves [Washington Post]

Fed says taxpayers earned $17.7 billion from AIG bailout [LA Times] Dude! Why haven't we been in the bailout business all along?!

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