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Footnotes: Who Saved the Economy; The IRS Needs a Good Geek; You Are Not Evil | 09.05.14

Portland's top accountant, Jane Kingston, says city retaliated against her, takes severance instead of suing [The Oregonian]

He's been waiting for 20 years, FYI [Twitter]

A South Jersey accountant went a little too far to provide exceptional client service when his client was audited by the IRS [Courier-Post]

Former KPMG director cleared of £45k expenses fraud Honest mistake, bro [Wealth Manager]

Did Ben Bernanke save the U.S. economy? Paul Krugman thinks so Because of course he does [Yahoo]

Call Geek Squad or something, geez [Twitter]

Democratic senator condemns investigation into IRS targeting [CBS]

Humans AREN'T inherently evil: Scientists debunk famous Milgram study that found people obey orders no matter what This applies to you [Daily Mail]

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