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Footnotes: IRS Mortality Tables; Handling Client Complaints; Zorich Dodges Prison in Tax Case | 07.12.13

The Siegfried Group needs an Accounting Manager in San Francisco. [GCJ]

IRS ‘Death Panels’? Agency Updates Mortality Tables for Pension Plans [AT]

How NOT to Handle Client Complaints [AWEB]

No jail time for former Bear Chris Zorich in tax case [CST]

Indiana B-School Seeks to Hire Tax/Accounting Profs [TaxProf]

Google Executives Discuss YouTube, the Phone Business and Taxes [DealBook]

Pranked TV Station Reports “Ho Lee Fuk,” “Wi Tu Lo” As SF Crash Pilots [Deadspin]

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