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November 28, 2022

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IRS Agent Faked Pastor's Letter To Claim Charity Deduction [Forbes]

Gay and lesbian married couples need two things to avoid tax disasters: guidance and a good tax professional. [Bloomberg]

The co-founder of Daly, Sirianni and Co. CPAs LLP has died in a car crash. [Rochester Business Journal]

Stop the presses, a CPA in Delaware scored a hole in one on the golf course! [Cape Gazette]

U.S. SEC swears in Republican commissioner Michael Piwowar [Reuters]

Today is the anniversary of Elvis' death in 1977 and Kelly Phillips Erb points out not only did he top the music charts but tax brackets too. [Forbes]

If you haven't already seen this The Price Is Right contestant come on down like never before, watch it now because it's probably going to be filling your Facebook newsfeed all weekend. [Gawker]


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