September 25, 2022

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Deutsche Bank has several openings for Principal Auditors in New York City. [GCJ] 

The founder of one of America's least respected brands now has his name on business school building. [AP]

SEC Deals With Turnover at the Top [WSJ]

Top Democrat files suit against IRS over tax-exemption rules [WaPo]

Coalition Presses Congress to Close Corporate Tax Loopholes [AWEB]

Why Shouldn't the Tax Foundation Pay Taxes? [Tax Foundation]

TIGTA: IRS May Be Violating Copyright Law on 89% of its Software [TaxProf]

Revised proposal would clarify which projects GASB can consider [JofA]

Time to Bring Bankruptcy Back for Student Loan Debt [Gawker]

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