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December 5, 2022

Footnotes: Upside for Phil Mickelson: Less Taxes; Grant Thornton’s Canadian Pick-up; Average Corporate Tax Rates By Industry | 06.18.13

The bright side for Phil Mickelson blowing the U.S. Open again is that he pays far less in taxes. [Forbes]

Vancouver’s Breakwater to Join Grant Thornton LLP [NP]

Democrats defy Issa, release full transcript from IRS investigation [The Hill]
Gen X Struggles the Most Financially, PwC Survey Finds [AT]
Richard Posner and Gary Becker Debate Tax Reform. [TaxProf]
Where Should SEC Start A Fraud Crack Down? Maybe Look At Fake Restatements [Forbes]
AICPA committee disagrees with FASB credit impairment proposal [JofA]
Here's a chart from the Tax Foundation of average effective corporate tax rates by industry. [TF]
Job Networking Site LinkedIn Filled With Secret NSA Program Names [Front via Gawker]

Man pleads guilty to smuggling snakes on planes [AP]


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