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Footnotes: More on the $17k Cap; Excess Whistleblowers; The Power-bald Retort | 10.03.12

Romney $17,000 Deduction Limit Part of Three-Cap Concept [Bloomberg]

After $104M payout, IRS awash in whistleblowers [Reuters]

TIGTA: IRS Does Not Effectively Process 100,000 Tax Fraud Reports Each Year [TaxProf]

Workplace Gossip Can Help You Make Friends, But It Can Also Make You a Dick [Jezebel]

Is a Shaved Head More Powerful? Balderdash. [WSJ, Earlier]

Fiscal Cliff, the Video [TaxVox]

Teddy finally wins presidents Race at Nationals Park [Reuters]

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