Review Comments | 12.04.09

pamela-anderson-peta-turkey2.jpgIRS & California Slap $1.9m Tax Liens Against Pamela Anderson – And her two friends. [TaxProf Blog]

How to Keep Your Firm Out of Trouble in this Holiday Party Season – Not listed: Don’t let interns attend. [CPA Trendlines]

Superstar Finance Blogger Week 3: Francine McKenna at re: The Auditors – Hey, we’ve heard of her! [Blogging Suits]

House Approves 45 Percent Estate Tax Extension – So much for dying in 2010. [Web CPA]

OTB Enters Bankruptcy Protection – Speaking of death. Will you miss the plight? [City Room/NYT]

pamela-anderson-peta-turkey2.jpgIRS & California Slap $1.9m Tax Liens Against Pamela Anderson – And her two friends. [TaxProf Blog]

How to Keep Your Firm Out of Trouble in this Holiday Party Season – Not listed: Don’t let interns attend. [CPA Trendlines]

Superstar Finance Blogger Week 3: Francine McKenna at re: The Auditors – Hey, we’ve heard of her! [Blogging Suits]

House Approves 45 Percent Estate Tax Extension – So much for dying in 2010. [Web CPA]

OTB Enters Bankruptcy Protection – Speaking of death. Will you miss the plight? [City Room/NYT]

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