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Siegfried Group is looking for Client Service Directors in Washington, DC, Chicago, and San Francisco. [GCJ]

Hatch: IRS nominee has 'great many questions' to answer [The Hill]

Ex-Crazy Eddie CFO Planning Reconnaissance Missions [Twitter]

Hilton Worldwide Files for an I.P.O. [DealBook]
 
Norquist said the tax code penalizes legal businesses, and that the “giggle factor” of talking about marijuana obscures a serious flaw in the law. “The government ought not to be in the business of picking winners and losers in the tax code,” he said. Asked for his thoughts on supporting this tax cut, Blumenauer said it “feels good.” Norquist’s response: It’s “habit-forming.” [Bloomberg]
 
Here's an incredible story reported by the Washington Post on consequences of the District selling tax liens to private investors. [WaPo] 
 
Estate Planners Turn Focus to Income Tax [WSJ]
 
Dad Wears Short Shorts to Shame Daughter Into Wearing Modest Clothes [Gawker]

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