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Footnotes: The SEC Wants to Eye Data Mining; Virginia Society of CPAs Helping Same-Sex Couples; Scrooge Tax Cheat Gets a Year | 07.16.13

SEC Eyes Data Mining to Boost Fraud Detection []

Merger helps global accounting firm expand N.J. footprint You've probably never heard of them… [NJBIZ]

New Detroit schools EM, Jack Martin, is accountant, longtime government official [Crain's Detroit]

IRS accused of disclosing tax records of political candidates, donors [The Hill]

Justice Department in hot seat after declining to prosecute alleged IRS abuse [FOX News]

Three New Tax Reasons To Retire To North Carolina [Forbes]

Spitzer Reveals Income, but Not the Tax Returns a Rival Sought [NY Times]

Virginia Society of CPA's offers help for married same-sex couples [NBC12]

Lexington CPA Pleads Guilty to Tax Charges Related to Cozad Business [NebraskaTV]

IRS audit author Russell George is testifying under oath again. Will media care? [The Plum Line via WaPo]

Multimillionaire Scrooge-like tax cheat gets year in prison [Chicago Sun-Times]

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