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Footnotes: Nally Yearns for China; The Forgotten Tax Cut; Everyone Loves Luca | 10.04.12

PwC global chair hoping for China audit resolution [Rueters]

Mitt Romney's Trillion Dollar Tax Cut Nobody Talks About [The Atlantic]

Reid: Romney's tax plan as dishonest as own returns [The Hill]

Shovel Ready So who won the debate? Romney. Because toward the end of the debate he figured out that when your opponent is digging himself into a bigger hole than yours, you let him keep on shoveling. [Christopher Bergin]

What really happened to the dinosaurs. [Tax Update]

Wall Street tipster gets rich off IRS whistleblower program [CNN]

Suit: Penthouse Club stripper ruptured man’s bladder at bachelor party [PDN]

The Accountant Who Changed The World [NPR]

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