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December 4, 2022

Footnotes: PwC Is Audit King; Governors for State Reform; Taxing Private Equity | 01.30.13

PwC, Deloitte keep top spots in global audit market [Reuters]

UK proposes tougher accounting test on banks' health [Reuters]

Praise, and criticism, for an NYT series on corporate welfare [DCJ/CJR]

The Wall Street Journal editorial page is fawning over all the governors who are proposing tax reform. [WSJ]

Taxing Private Equity Funds as Corporate 'Developers' [TPC]

Cell Phone Taxes Exceed 20% in Several States [TF]

Detroit's Property Tax Black Hole, in Map Form [Atlantic]

A KPMG survey found that no one thinks tax reform is something that is likely to happen any time soon. [KPMG]

NASBA and PwC Oppose AICPA Plan for SME Framework [AT]

Ron Jeremy In Critical Condition With Heart Aneurysm In California [HP]

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