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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Burger King’s Whopper of a Deal

The menu for August 26 features specials on two top House Republicans profited from inversion deal, GOP charges IRS with conflict of interest, judge questions shareholder deal in HP/Autonomy accounting fraud case, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Is an Inversion Next on Burger King’s Menu?

The menu for August 25 features specials on the specter of Ronald Reagan’s tax cuts is haunting Republicans, a tax-avoidance strategy not as scrutinized as inversions, now’s the time to open a charitable-gift fund, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Meet the Treasury’s Inversions Point Man

The menu for August 22 features specials on PCAOB’s struggles with conflicts in audits, settlement forces Bank of America to set aside borrower tax relief, one accountant’s daily routine, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Quite the Guarantee Offered to Davenport University Accounting Students

The menu for August 21 features specials on ALS Ice Bucket Challenge charitable donations, Bank of America settles, Rep. Paul Ryan backs cut to mortgage tax break, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Medical Device Tax Revenue Falls Short

The menu for August 20 features specials on Hertz withdraws full-year forecast due to accounting errors and operational challenges, botched forecast cost Walgreen CFO his job, Alaska oil tax repeal ballot measure losing, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: PCAOB Rule on ID’ing Lead Audit Partner Coming Soon

The menu for August 19 features specials on Treasury prepares inversion options, H&R Block launches small business accounting services, AICPA membership eclipses 400,000 mark, 2014 AICPA Accounting Competition begins, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: New York Levies Penalties Against PwC

The menu for August 18 features specials on Joe Echevarria is stepping down as Deloitte CEO, state tax revenues declined in Q1 for the first time in four years, holding auditors blameless, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Mmmm, Craft Beer. Mmmm, Tax Breaks.

The menu for August 15 features specials on Alibaba Pictures delays results on possible accounting errors, Wyden hopes for September bipartisan anti-inversion legislation, Atlanta accountant charged by SEC with insider trading, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IASB’s Mackintosh Thinks Adopting IFRS is the Only Way to Go

The menu for August 14 features specials on FTC to refund customers of American Tax Relief, Senate Dems push plan to curb inversions, Obama will keep cash from donors who profited from overseas tax deals, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Canadian Government Sued Over FATCA Deal with US

The menu for August 13 features specials on EY seeks affirmation on Lehman accounting decision, some of Obama’s biggest donors are also behind inversion deals, top issues facing young CPAs, IMA has had a stellar FY 2014, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Obamacare Tax Forms Look ‘Very Daunting’ for Taxpayers

The menu for August 12 features specials on MF Global doesn’t want its lawsuit against PwC thrown out, Kinder Morgan deal could mean big tax bill for investors, Hertz delays quarterly earnings on accounting review, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Eases Rules for Renewable Energy Tax Credits

The menu for August 11 features specials on a report claims SEC failed to guard sensitive info, Delphi vows to fight IRS to protect UK-based tax status, ex-senators hired to lobby against inversion legislation, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Senators Outline Case Against Accrual Accounting Proposal

The menu for August 8 features specials on judge sides with IRS over lost emails, White House examines tax-code weapons to stop inversions, AICPA presents Mark K. Rich with Maximo Mukelabai Award, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Bank of America’s Historic Settlement

The menu for August 7 features specials on nearly 600 Americans living abroad gave up passports in Q2 due to FATCA, list of US companies that have inverted since 1983, Robert Redford sues New York over tax bill, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Walgreen Makes an Inversion-Free Deal

The menu for August 6 features specials on Missouri voters nix sales tax hike for road projects, Obama administration used controversial tax tactic to help Delphi, US bank regulators disappointed by lack of accounting convergence, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The Bike Trip That Propelled Inversion Trend

The menu for August 5 features specials on Walgreens CFO leaves ahead of pending inversion decision, ex-IRS LB&I division official heads back to private sector, Missouri to vote today on sales tax hike to fund road projects, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IL Gov. Candidate’s Use of an Overseas Tax Haven

The menu for August 4 features specials on why all tobacco taxes should be equal, shareholders get the shaft in tax inversion deals, activist investors also looking at tax-beneficial mergers, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Obama on Inversions: ‘I Don’t Care If It’s Legal, It’s Wrong’

The menu for July 25 features specials on House approves bill to expand and simplify tax breaks for education, IRS releases draft forms on Obamacare employer mandate, Paul Ryan’s plan to expand the EITC, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: No Convergence for Accounting Rules on Financial Instruments

The menu for July 24 features specials on SEC approves final rules on money-market funds, GAO says it’s too soon to draw conclusions on Obamacare tax credit fraud, IRS no longer probing missing emails, Senate to vote on phasing out gas tax, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: California Soda Tax Measures – Whose Is Better?

The menu for July 23 features specials on FASB looks at revamping income statement, two courts issue conflicting rulings on Obamacare subsidies, Senate advances bill to end tax breaks for outsourcing, and more.

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