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November 27, 2022

Footnotes: Tax Wizardry Goes Straight Up Witchy; What’s Up Tile Shop?; Free Money in Oneida! | 11.14.13

If you're a corp looking to CYA after a big gain, just merge with yourself and take a loss. [DealBook]

Penn State is trying to give the accounting program at its Smeal College of Business a bit more oomph [Penn State]

Tile Shop may not be Crazy Eddie but something crazy IS most definitely going on [MW]

On that note, Footnoted is confused too [Twitter]

The city of Oneida has a quarter of million dollars more than expected because their accountant is dumb [Oneida Daily Dispatch]

Dave Camp is still a champion for a cleaner tax code but come on, who is going to let him get anything done? [POLITICO]

The Heritage Foundation has an interesting piece on austerity in America, and how bad that hurts in the long run [Heritage]

A Minnesota couple is charged for failing to remit sales taxes collected to the state [SCTimes]

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