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Footnotes: Tea Party Patriots to IRS: Drop Dead | 05.10.13

Apology not accepted, IRS. [FOX]

Republicans slam IRS on 'Tea Party' targeting [Reuters]

Clarity on Revenue Recognition Coming [CFO]

PCAOB member Jay Hanson gave a speech in Ohio today about auditing and stuff. [PCAOB]

Is Model N A Transparency Violation? [GOA]

Auditors miss basic steps in corporate fraud cases: study [Reuters]

The Charitable Contributions Deduction: A Tax Debate or a Question of Charity Versus Government? [TPC]

Joint Tax Committee Scores President's Budget as $890 Billion Tax Increase [TaxProf]

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