Footnotes: The World’s Most Ethical Company; IRS Early Birds Ruined a Man’s Life; JUST RELAX | 03.20.14

All big U.S. banks but one pass Fed's health test [Reuters]

It's hard out there for the long-term unemployed [LA Times]

Rihanna's Ex-Accountant: A Fool And Her Money Are Soon Parted Which Makes You … [TMZ]

One Minnesota mayor had his tax prep office raided by the IRS and FBI. Talk about bad timing [Star Tribune]

This guy is suing the IRS after a raid ruined his life. He alleges the IRS is rude to try and conduct business before a man has had his morning coffee [Philly.com]

Ted Cruz Invokes Watergate in Blasting DOJ’s Probe of IRS Scandal [The Blaze]

The "World's Most Ethical Company" is — wait for it — a bank [MW]

Someone forgot to tell Bill O'Reilly about Overstock's pricing problem [NewsHounds]

Caterpillar Said to Be Focus of Senate Overseas Tax Probe [Bloomberg]

How You Can Learn to Finally, Really Relax We're just going to leave this here. [Lifehacker]

A bunch of parents in Arkansas set a wonderful example for their children by getting into a big ass fight over bullying [Daily Mail]

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