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December 3, 2022

Footnotes: Moss Adams’ PCAOB Inspection Report; Is the End Nigh for State Income Taxes?; FLASH: People Fake Sick to Get Out of Stuff | 01.24.13

Mary Jo White and the SEC: The right woman at the wrong time [FORTUNE]

David Cay Johnston fact-checks the Wall Street Journal on corporate cash parked offshore. [Tax Analysts]

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton's proposal to tax services is not popular with accountants, lawyers et al. [MST]

Three of eight Moss Adams audits had deficiencies according to the firm's PCAOB inspection report. [PCAOB]

Wyoming Considers 167 Percent Cigarette Tax Hike [TF]

House Republicans Propose Tax Reforms for Financial Products [AT]

Have State Income Taxes Run Their Course? [Cara Griffith]

IRS Asks Judge To Suspend Injunction Barring It From Regulating Tax Preparers [Forbes]

Commissioner Overseeing MF Global Inquiry at C.F.T.C. Abruptly Quits [DealBook]

The crack squad on the Wall Street Journal's New York culture desk found some people who use the flu as an excuse. [WSJ

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