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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Issa and Koskinen to Square Off Next Week Over Lost Emails

The menu for June 17 features specials on 13 companies that paid no taxes in Q1 of 2014, states offering businesses an abundance of tax credits, ex-Medtronic CEO defending former employer’s tax inversion deal, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Medtronic Riding ‘Tax Inversion’ Wave

The menu for June 16 features specials on lawmakers exasperated by lost Lois Lerner emails, the true cost of tax havens, Scott London said past year “worse than I could have ever imagined,” and more.
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Bramwell's Lunch Beat: Drop in Income Taxes Catches Many States by Surprise

The menu for June 13 features specials on House passing more business tax breaks, Eric Cantor defeat may stall offshore tax holiday proposal, protests over Walgreens’ possible reincorporation in Switzerland, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: ‘Repatriation Rainbow’ Won’t Yield Pot of Gold for Highway Fund

The menu for June 12 features specials on no evidence found that Phil Mickelson traded Clorox shares, EY and Grant Thornton get reprimanded by PCAOB, FBI returns database with taxpayer info, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Veto Threat Looms Over Section 179 Vote

The menu for June 11 features specials on European Union investigates tax breaks for multinationals, Wall Street loses an ally in Eric Cantor, IRS issues ruling on hedge fund fees, and more.
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Bramwell's Lunch Beat: IFRS in the US? Maybe. Maybe Not

The menu for June 10 features specials on House GOP alleges IRS data dump was illegal, Senate lawmakers squabble over use of repatriated tax holiday, ex-BDO vice chairmen get jail time over tax scheme, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Meet Mike McGuire, Grant Thornton’s Next CEO

The menu for June 9 features specials on accountants and artwork, Israeli bank to pay US $289 million in tax-evasion deal, Illinois Tool and IRS to battle in US Tax Court, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: FASB ‘Redoubling Our Efforts’ on US GAAP

The menu for June 6 features specials on Senate tax writers slate summer hearings on tax reform, more larger companies turning to smaller audit firms, Tax Foundation refutes report on corporate taxes, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: PCAOB Will Consider Standard on Related Parties Next Week

The menu for June 5 features specials on the SEC extending settlement schedule with Big Four firms in China, a health insurance strategy the IRS may not approve of, Fortune 500 companies’ tax shelters, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: BEPS Rollout Won’t Be a Piece of Cake

The menu for June 4 features specials on Senate tax extenders bill stalled until November, tax-evasion probe targets another Swiss bank, tactic Walmart uses to slash its tax bill, PwC resigns as Annie’s auditor, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Big Four in China Talk Settlement with SEC

The menu for June 3 features specials on KPMG standing by Phil Mickelson, rankings of top audit firms in China, IBM avoiding accounting penalty from SEC, new buzz phrase in audit failures, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Would KPMG Bail On Phil Mickelson?

The menu for June 2 features specials on how taxes could curb consumption of sugary drinks, tax question looms over Illinois governor’s race, roads – not gas – should be taxed, Donald Sterling’s huge tax bill, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Bonus Depreciation Gets House Backing

The menu for May 30 features specials on Hong Kong’s concern over auditing ban proposal, California lawmakers pass film and TV tax credit bill, Moss Adams helps Washington mudslide victims, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: CFOs Give Their Take on New Revenue Rule

The menu for May 29 features specials on California lawmakers reject bill tying CEO pay to state’s corporate tax rate, DC Council backs large tax cut, a profile of Xero CEO Rod Drury, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Maryland Tax Case Heads to US High Court

The menu for May 28 features specials on House Ways and Means Committee to consider six tax breaks on Thursday, why a carbon tax is needed, harnessing the US tax code to promote college affordability, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Revenue Recognition Rules Almost Here

The menu for May 27 features specials on Pfizer calls off AstraZeneca deal, IRS bars employers from dumping workers into health exchanges, other Swiss banks eye Credit Suisse deal, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Lots of Back Taxes Owed on Capitol Hill

The menu for May 23 features specials on IRS to rewrite 501(c)(4) rules, congressional inquiries cost the IRS $14 million last year, EY ordered to hand over audit documents in China, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Who Better Really to Talk About Ethics Than Scott London?

The menu for May 22 features specials on Senate tax break bill still stalled, watchdog panel thinks private debt collector proposal is a bad idea, Credit Suisse punishment not big enough, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Camp Opines About the Tax Code

The menu for May 21 features specials on Madison Square Garden’s sweet property tax deal, inversion legislation misses real problem, Issa subpoenas DOJ on IRS probe, accountant injures a crocodile, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Will Guilty Plea Really Hurt Credit Suisse?

The menu for May 20 features more on Credit Suisse’s guilty plea, including the names of tax-dodging customers remain secret, statements from Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan and US Attorney General Eric Holder, and more.

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