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Review Comments | 10.22.09

bday.jpgThe Code is 23! – Happy, happy. [Tax Update Blog]
Accounting Firms Succeed Despite Economic Slump – “CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, surveyed 100 U.S. accounting firms and found that even in a contracted economy, none of the firms have lowered their rates.” [Web CPA]
Microsoft Tries to Lose ‘PC Guy’ Image With Windows 7 – Hodgman. We warned you. [Bloomberg]
Is $5,500 Golf Cart Credit Emblematic of “Tax Policy in the Age of Obama”WSJ op-ed criticizing the President’s policy? The horror. [TaxProf Blog]
Fraud Reported in Program to Help New Homebuyers – “Some claims were filed for children as young as 4 years old.” [NYT]

bday.jpgThe Code is 23! – Happy, happy. [Tax Update Blog]
Accounting Firms Succeed Despite Economic Slump – “CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, surveyed 100 U.S. accounting firms and found that even in a contracted economy, none of the firms have lowered their rates.” [Web CPA]
Microsoft Tries to Lose ‘PC Guy’ Image With Windows 7 – Hodgman. We warned you. [Bloomberg]
Is $5,500 Golf Cart Credit Emblematic of “Tax Policy in the Age of Obama”WSJ op-ed criticizing the President’s policy? The horror. [TaxProf Blog]
Fraud Reported in Program to Help New Homebuyers – “Some claims were filed for children as young as 4 years old.” [NYT]

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