September 25, 2022

Footnotes: PwC and ResCap; Burgers, Beers, and Tax Reform; PCAOB Disciplinary Orders | 06.25.13

Bell Helicopter needs a Senior Financial Analyst in Fort Worth, Texas. Giddyup. [GCJ]
Another Conflicted Foreclosure Review: PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ally/ResCap Ally was once GMAC, dontchaknow. [Forbes]
Dave Camp, Max Baucus talk tax reform over burgers and beer [Politico]
IG: IRS credit cards used for wine, pornography [Yahoo]
The owner of the Miami Dophins is upset that taxpayer money won't be helping with renovations to the team's stadium. [DMWT]
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) makes the ground-breaking discovery that people — yes, even people that work at the IRS — do favor for their friends. [The Hill]
The PCAOB issued Disciplinary Orders for Eric C. Yartz, PC and Kenneth J. McBride today. [PCAOB] 
Do Private Equity Firms and their Partners Owe Ordinary Income Tax Under Today’s Law? [TaxVox]
Monica Lewinsky's lingerie and old M&Ms from the Clinton White House can be yours for less than $3,000 [NYDN]


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