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Footnotes: Sudden Death of a Young Accountant; Tax Tattletales; Tax Avoidance Q&A on the Hill | 09.20.12

Accountant dies from heart attack during a game of cricket at Lords Philip Standing was only 30. [Telegraph]

A Strategy of Tattletales at the I.R.S. [DealBook]

Senate Report Details HP & Microsoft Offshore Tax Ploys [Forbes]

Some E&Y extra specials in Orange County got their own press release. [E&Y]

Fortune Finds 50 Women Who Haven’t Been Mommy-Tracked or Forced Out of Business [Jezebel]

A 47-year-old grandmother that has been imprisoned 11 times was mistaken for a man when she attempted to defraud bank [HP]


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