Review Comments | 12.23.09

How big of a problem is cybertheft from banks? – One thing is for sure, everyone is lying. [Felix Salmon]
IRS Has 70% Error Rate in Issuance of Taxpayer ID Numbers, Resulting in Fraudulent Tax Refunds – Seems about right. [TaxProf Blog]
U.S. retailers open past midnight in holiday push – One strategy…[Reuters]
Yahoo to shut down for a week to cut costs – …and another. [Los Angeles Times]
That’s it for us today. Travel plans and all. We’ll be back tomorrow to get you through your half day. In the meantime, occupy yourselves with this:

How big of a problem is cybertheft from banks? – One thing is for sure, everyone is lying. [Felix Salmon]
IRS Has 70% Error Rate in Issuance of Taxpayer ID Numbers, Resulting in Fraudulent Tax Refunds – Seems about right. [TaxProf Blog]
U.S. retailers open past midnight in holiday push – One strategy…[Reuters]
Yahoo to shut down for a week to cut costs – …and another. [Los Angeles Times]
That’s it for us today. Travel plans and all. We’ll be back tomorrow to get you through your half day. In the meantime, occupy yourselves with this:

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What a Phishing Scam E-mail Looks Like – An exclamation point in an email from the IRS should be your first clue. [Tax Update Blog]