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November 26, 2022

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Mitt Romney Contributes to Bigger Government — A Self-Imposed Personal Tax Increase [Re:Balance]

The IRS Will Not Subsidize Your Long Distance Relationship [DT]

Schroders bows to new mood on audits PwC’s more than 50-year-old auditing relationship with Schroders is at risk after the fund manager put its contract out to tender in a sign that regulatory pressure over auditor independence is starting to filter through to FTSE 100 boardrooms. [FT]

A Tax Shelter Mitt Romney Could Love [DealBook]

Everything the NFL Replacement Refs Need To Do Their Job Right [Gizmodo]

AICPA Awards $50,000 in Total Scholarships to Ten Students The American Institute of CPAs today announced ten recipients of the AICPA John L. Carey Scholarship, awarded to students from liberal arts and other non-traditional business backgrounds to pursue graduate accounting degrees and become CPAs. [AICPA]

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