September 29, 2022

Friday Footnotes: KPMG Belfast; PTIN Fees Lawsuit; Sleep Deprivation | 02.19.16

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KPMG overhauls Belfast office amid tax probe [FT]

Consensus on Need to Revise Tax Code, but Partisan Split on Specifics [NYT]

Google accounts show 11 billion euros moved via low tax 'Dutch sandwich' in 2014 [Reuters]

Lawsuit Against IRS Over PTIN Fees Gains Class-Action Status [AT]

How to Respond When Your Employee Asks for a Raise [HBR]

[T]hey are no more getting rid of performance reviews than a person who shifts from drinking whisky to wine is becoming teetotal. [The Economist]

FBI Raids Headquarters of United Development Funding [WSJ]

The organizational cost of insufficient sleep [McKinsey]

PCAOB Enforcement Orders: Mark Nelson; Clay Thomas; Michael Slapnik.

Justice Scalia Brought the Funny, Even to Tax Litigation [BNA]

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