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November 26, 2022

Friday Footnotes: New Deals for KPMG, EY; Debating Carried Interest; Blowing Off Stupid Meetings | 09.18.15

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KPMG agrees deal with debt crowdfunding platform InvestDen [Accountancy Age]

Jean-Claude Juncker denies all involvement in LuxLeaks tax system [Telegraph]

Carried-Interest Tax Break Divides Again, After Trump Revives the Issue [NYT]

Ernst & Young Merges in Tax Law Firm Burt, Staples & Maner [AT]

Here's why one hedge fund manager thinks Alibaba could be a big fraud [Fortune]

The Four Keys to Getting Out of Unnecessary Meetings [Lifehacker]

Tax avoidance isn’t a cookbook [Tax Update]

Incoming TAP staff at EY (Diff pay for diff start date) [Open Items]

The Utah Supreme Court says you don’t have to take a bullet for your company [FOX13]
 

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