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Footnotes: Tax Reform Doesn’t Need Political Harmony and Other Things You Might Not Realize | 03.20.13

Tax reform prospects good, say veterans of 1986 reform “The fact that we don’t necessarily see a joining of hands between the political parties and singing of ‘Kumbaya’ is no reason to believe a tax reform effort cannot take place." [JofA]

Ex-mayor convicted in city of Bell corruption case [AP]

In case you don't have the AGI section of Page 1 committed to memory, here are 13 or so ways to cut your taxes without itemizing. [DMWT]

Peregrine Financial trustee seeks accountant's documents [Reuters]

KPMG's Dallas office has a new home. [DMN]

"All shipments to Lululemon went through a certification process which Lululemon had approved," Eclat Chief Financial Officer Roger Lo said in an interview. "All the pants were manufactured according to the requirements set out in the contract with Lululemon." [WSJ]

Here's a slide presentation from the SEC on financial reporting problems that smaller issuers face. [SEC]

It's Not Too Late for a War Tax [Joe Thorndike]

Extending the Charitable Deduction Deadline to Tax Day [TPC]

Proposal Could Make S-Corp Status More Popular [CFO]

A bracket of curse words? A bracket of curse words. [Deadspin]

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