Footnotes: SEC’s RoboCop; Tax Policy and Transparency; S-Corps and ‘Reasonable’ Compensation | 08.09.13

The Siegfried Group needs a Client Services Director in San Francisco. Eight+ years experience, including Big 4, is preferred. [GCJ]

Authorities Plan to Arrest 2 Former JPMorgan Employees in London Whale Case [DealBook]

How SEC's New RoboCop Profiles Companies For Accounting Fraud [Forbes]

$2M Tax Lien not a Character Issue for F. Lee Bailey [Tax Trials]

Tax Analysts fights for transparency in tax legislation and administration. That's a good thing. [Chris Bergin]

Here's a nice story about a San Diego State student who receive the AICPA's Medal of Inspiration at BAP Annual Meeting. [AICPA]

Domino's Dumbfounded by Customer's Compliment, Responds with Apology [Gawker]

NYPD cop faces hard time for tax fraud and identity theft [NYDN]
 
Tax Court: even if you lose money, your S corporation needs to pay “reasonable” compensation. [Tax Update]
SC man charged with smearing buttered toast on SUV [TDD]

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