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December 5, 2022

Footnotes: You Might Be a Tax Cheat If; What’s the Big Deal About Bitcoin?; Ferret Fraud! | 04.08.13

When Buybacks Get Complex, So Does the Accounting [Compliance Week]

The Forensic Accountant’s Role in Litigation [Accounting Today]

Why You'll Soon Be Paying Sales Taxes on All of Your Internet Purchases One of the most thorough explanations of the Amazon tax ever [Forbes]

11 Surprising Things You Have to Pay Taxes On You were already planning on declaring those bitcoins though, weren't you? [The Fiscal Times]

Scrap recycling firm manager charged with $1 million embezzlement [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]

What business gets more customers every year but keeps losing money? The US Postal Service [WaPo]

Inside the Bitcoin Bubble: A Q&A With BitInstant’s Stressed-Out CEO [NY Mag]

Ferrets Sold As Toy Poodles: Argentina Pet Dealers Reportedly Selling Weasels On Steroids (PHOTO) Filed under fraud, right? [HuffPo]

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