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5 HOURS AGO - The Week

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IRS employees who owed back taxes received bonuses

A new report states that more than 1,100 Internal Revenue Service employees who failed to pay their taxes were rewarded with over $1 million in cash bonuses and over 10,000 hours in paid vacation.According to the Washington Post, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration released a report on Tuesday that showed that at least five employees who received performance ...

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6 HOURS AGO - Forbes

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Piketty's Capital Shortcomings

Thomas Piketty’s book Capital in the Twenty-First Century argues that CEO pay is too high and income taxes should be raised to compensate for capital returns that are greater than overall economic growth. Without greater wealth redistribution, Piketty argues, the wealthy will receive income at increasingly suboptimal levels. Piketty’s writing not [...]

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10 HOURS AGO - CNN

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Gold bars in man's stomach?

An India man's apparent attempt to evade taxes by swallowing gold did not have a glittering end. Amir Daftari reports.

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13 HOURS AGO - Forbes

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First, Third Picks In NFL Draft Stand To Save Big On State Taxes

Every young football player dreams of becoming the first overall pick in the NFL draft and joining a select group of football immortals like JaMarcus Russell, David Carr, Tim Couch and Courtney Brown. /Checks google. Confirms that the Cleveland Browns did in fact draft Tim Couch and Courtney Brown #1 overall in [...]

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13 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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New social networks connect cooks and diners

A growing number of apps and websites are taking the traditional chef-diner relationship out of established eateries and into private homes. Cookapp, for example, is just the latest to launch in the U.S., connecting adventurous diners with independent chefs — and even just ambitious amateur cooks — willing to host dinners at their homes and other offbeat locations. Other non-food ...

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