October 7, 2022

Footnotes: More Mortgage Fraud Allegations; A Violence Tax?; Deduction Cap Hypotheticals | 10.09.12

U.S. files mortgage fraud lawsuit against Wells [Reuters]

2013 State Business Tax Climate Index Not having an income tax seems to make for a friendly environment. [Tax Foundation]

Cook County mulling violence tax on guns and ammunition [CST]

Crunching Numbers on a Hypothetical Cap on Deductions [DT]

Big Four alumni's influence could restrict competition [Accountancy Age]

Welch Leaves Reuters, Fortune After Twitter-Post Backlash [Bloomberg]

Romney Frantically Figuring Out How Tax Plan Could Actually Work After Realizing He Might Win Election [The Onion]

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