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December 4, 2022

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Is Your Team's Owner a Major League Asshole? [MoJo]

Here's an awesome interactive if you want to learn how to stash assets offshore. [ICIJ]

Lamar Odom Is NOT a Charity Scam Artist!! [TMZ]

Wesley Snipes finishes prison time for tax evasion Welcome back to the world, sir! [USA Today]

GAO Faults SEC’s Accounting Procedures [Accounting Today]

TAXPAYERS VS. IRS: 3 Real Stories Of People Who Won [Business Insider]

IRS raids St. Louis tax preparation businesses Before you ask, no it wasn't Mo Money Taxes or whatever it's called these days… [St Louis Post-Dispatch]

America’s taxes are the most progressive in the world. Its government is among the least. [Wonkblog]

Big Government and High Taxes Definitely Didn't "Save" California [Reason]

FREE Vibrators for Taxpayers DAMNIT why did I leave San Francisco?! [Broke Ass Stuart]

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