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December 5, 2022

Footnotes: Romney’s No Reagan; Grant Thornton’s New Houston Pad; Tax Planning for A-Rod | 10.22.12

Sorry about all the down time today, capital market servants. Barring further difficulties, we should be back to normal tomorrow. Thanks for hanging in there with us.

Amazon Broke the Internet Again [AtlanticWire]

10 Reasons Reagan Could Cut The Top Tax Rate To 28%, But Romney Can't [Forbes]

Risk Management, Internal Audit Should Kiss and Make Up [CFO]

Grant Thornton relocates Houston office to Pennzoil Place [HBJ]

IRS to beef up oversight of refundable credits [The Hill]

The Flaws of Whistleblower Hotlines and Rewards [CW]

Alex Rodriguez May Have Played His Way Out of New York, Into Significant Tax Savings [Forbes]

Arby’s Fires Worker After She Had To Flee The Restaurant During Armed Robbery [Consumerist]

Woman accused of faking abduction to get day off [SAEN]

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