October 3, 2022

Footnotes: More on PwC MF Global Partner; REITrage; Tax Reform Summer Tour 2013 | 06.14.13

Francine McKenna wrote a follow-up post on PwC MF Global partner. [re:TheAuditors]

Defining Real Estate Broadly to Avoid Corporate Taxes [DealBook]

Spanish audit body to review Deloitte's role in Bankia flotation [Reuters]

Jonathan Weil writes that the "World Needs More Hardheads Like Benjamin Lawsky." [Bloomberg]

Or old coots like John Bogle. [AdvisorOne]

PwC is house hounting in B'lo. [BBF]

House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) and Senate Finance Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.), in a joint appearance, said that traveling around the country would give them a greater sense of what local businesses and ordinary citizens would like to see in a rewritten tax code. “We’re going on road trips,” Camp said at a breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor. “We are going to talk to business owners, and families and individuals, and really try to get a read from around the country.” [The Hill]

Man Calls Police In West Midlands, England, To Complain About Prostitute's Looks [HP]

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