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October 2, 2023

Footnotes: IRS Not So Keen to Audit Rich Folks; Bitcoin in the Couch Cushions; How Are You Taxed? | 03.21.14

The IRS audited fewer rich folks in 2013 [Reuters]

How does your state rank as far as taxes go? [The Blaze]

$116 Million Bitcoins 'Found' At MtGox And How To Protect Your Wallet [Forbes]

Long-Term Unemployed Face 1 in 10 Odds of Getting Hired Each Year [TIME]

It's law but read this and do NOT do this if you get an offer [ATL]

Higher taxes lead to more cigarette smuggling, says this [FOX]

Rent's so high in NYC your baby is gonna have to sleep in a closet, k? [Daily Mail]

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