September 26, 2022

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Ospraie Says Block's Olam Accounting Claims 'Exaggerated' [BBW]

Deloitte Consulting CEO: Make Yourself Replaceable [WSJ]

Geithner: Ready to Go Over 'Cliff' If Taxes Don't Rise [CNBC]

Moral Abdication Dressed Up Like Hard-Nosed Realism [Joe Thorndike]

Smoking Really Does Make Your Hangover Worse [Jezebel]

KPMG added a bunch of future PwC partners in their alternative investment funds practice in San Francisco and Los Angeles. [KPMG]

How to Cut the Charitable Deduction Without Reducing Giving [TaxVox]

It's the Tax Foundation's 75th birthday. [TF]

Perfect for that Starbucks lover? $450 stainless steel gift card The card is $400 of Starbucks credit, with an additional $50 tacked on for the cost of the card itself. [LAT]

Dogs can drive – here's the proof "Driving a car actively demonstrates to potential rescue dog adopters that you can teach an old dog new tricks. The dogs have achieved amazing things in eight short weeks of training, which really shows with the right environment just how much potential all dogs from the SPCA have as family pets." [NZH]

 

 

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