Archives for May 2012

I Am Aaron Worthing (or My Contribution to “Everybody Post about Brett Kimberlin Day”)

I Am Aaron Worthing (or My Contribution to “Everybody Post about Brett Kimberlin Day”)

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” – Edmund Burke – Ever wonder why people hate lawyers and think our judicial system is a joke? Well, if you…

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IRS Makes it Easier to Settle Tax Debts

IRS Makes it Easier to Settle Tax Debts

Linda Beale reports that the IRS is making the Offer in Compromise process easier for taxpayers: “The IRS has announced more flexible offer in compromise terms, in an effort to make it easier for financially…

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Republicans Want to Kill Elderly People, But Jeremiah Wright is Out of Bounds

Republicans Want to Kill Elderly People, But Jeremiah Wright is Out of Bounds

Imagine for a moment that Mitt Romney had spent 2o years of his life attending the sermons of a right-wing zealot who claimed it was America’s fault it was attacked on 9/11 and that America should…

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Is Will Smith a Greedy Rich Guy Because He Opposes 75% Top Tax Rate?

Is Will Smith a Greedy Rich Guy Because He Opposes 75% Top Tax Rate?

Doug Powers of Michelle Malkin’s blog writes that actor Will Smith supports President Obama’s call for America’s top earners to pay more taxes but thinks France’s 75% top tax rate is too high: Here’s a…

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Does Code Section 162(m) Work to Reduce Excecutive Pay?

Does Code Section 162(m) Work to Reduce Excecutive Pay?

In The Million-Dollar Question: Has Congress Missed the Mark with I.R.C. § 162(m) Compensation Deduction Caps? Christopher Jones of Georgetown University examines whether the tax code’s cap on deductible executive pay works: Theories abound as…

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