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October 3, 2023

Footnotes: James Gandolfini’s Will Maybe Not a ‘Tax Diaster’; Awful Interviews with Big 4 Bigshots; Check Your Office Anxiety | 07.22.13

Here's a 2,000+ word article on James Gandolfini's will. [NYT]

After coming from behind to win The Open, Phil Mickelson will probably get serious about moving to Texas or Florida. [Forbes]

Accounting Firms Waiting Longer to Get Paid [AT]

A retired branch chief of the exempt organizations division of the IRS wishes the Washington Post would shut up about the non-scandal. [WaPo]

Grant Thornton seems to like Competition Commission's reforms. [GT]

Here's one of those awful executive profile's that features EY's Midwest leader. [CT]

Here's a slightly less awful profile of KPMG's Chicago OMP. [Crain's]

How to Keep Anxiety in Check When You're at the Office [Lifehacker]

For something slightly different: Imprison the Royal Family and Abolish the Monarchy [Gawker]

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