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November 27, 2022

Friday Footnotes: CPAs Starting Businesses; Taxing Consumption; Tips for Whistleblowers | 11.20.15

May the footnotes always be in your favor, capital market servants. Drop us links and tips over the weekend by hitting the button at the top of the page or emailing us directly. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest. Submit questions, career conundrums and Janice confessions to Open Items.

How CPAs can start their own business [JofA]

Tony Nitti revisits: Decoding The Mortgage Interest Limitation [Forbes]

CPA Pleads Guilty in Accounting Fraud Scheme [AT]

Momentum Builds to Tax Consumption More, Income Less [NYT]

5 Tips for Potential Corporate Whistle-Blowers [DealBook]

Andersen Tax must be hiring. [r/accounting]

Peter Jackson: 'I didn’t know what the hell I was doing' when I made The Hobbit [The Guardian]

Men eat more pizza when trying to impress women, study suggests [LAT]

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