Archives for June 2009

Death of Blogging Part II

Death of Blogging Part II

A few days ago I wrote about Judge Richard Posner’s recent suggestion that a wholesale change in copyright law might be in order to save the newspaper industry: I simply cannnot fathom how [Judge Posner] can conclude that…

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Wandering Tax Pro Responds, Pappas Dons Flach Jacket

Wandering Tax Pro Responds, Pappas Dons Flach Jacket

Here is Robert Flach’s response to my post titled IRS Audit Red Flags: A Rebuttal of Robert Flach. I will try to make this brief. Robert says, I certainly agree with Pete when he says, “the…

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10 Others to Be Charged in Madoff Fraud Case, AP Source Says

10 Others to Be Charged in Madoff Fraud Case, AP Source Says

In my previous post titled Bernie Madoff Sentenced to A Century and a Half Behind Bars I asked the following question: Will the U.S. be satisfied with putting Madoff away for life or will they…

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Bernie Madoff Sentenced to a Century and a Half Behind Bars

Bernie Madoff Sentenced to a Century and a Half Behind Bars

Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff was sentenced yesterday to a prison term of 150 years Reuters reports: Bernard Madoff’s victims gasped and cheered when he was sentenced to 150 years in prison, but they walked away knowing…

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IRS Audit Red Flags: A Rebuttal of Robert Flach

IRS Audit Red Flags: A Rebuttal of Robert Flach

Red Flag – transitive verb red-flagged – flagged′ – red-flagging – flag′·ging – “to mark, designate, or otherwise call attention to as being risky, unsuitable, etc.”  – Webster’s New World College Dictionary – Robert Flach…

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