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December 6, 2022

Friday Footnotes: Fights Over Disclosure and No Charges in IRS Scandal | 10.23.15

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Investor advocates protest proposals limiting disclosure [MW]

Princeton Club's-Ex-Accountant Who Stole $240K Gets Prison [AP]

The lawyer who sued Clifton Gunderson for the Dixon fraud has more work. [CT]

Justice Department: No criminal charges for Lerner, others in IRS scandal [FN]

Tax Collectors Are Going After Netflix, Airbnb, and Burning Man [Bloomberg]

Egg industry group CEO steps down after vegan mayo scramble [AP]

Recently licensed CPA, just got a DWI; what to expect? [Open Items]

‘Back to the Future’ Writer: Biff Tannen Is Based on Donald Trump [TDB]

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