by Byrne Hobart
Today’s taxosphere is still busy digesting the new bailout, but there’s plenty of other business to discuss. A pair of high-profile tax evasion cases have gotten some attention, the credit crisis is considered in more detail, and the Biden/Palin vice-presidential debate features some gaffes on both sides.
- A the California Tax Attorney Blog, blogger Mitchell A. Port talks up the IRS’s increasing efficiency. Surprisingly, the big gains aren’t just in audits — the IRS has also gotten much better at providing easy online help for average users.
- James Edward Maule, proprietor of MauledAgain asks who is to blame for the subprime meltdown and the bailout, and argues that the answer is much more complicated than we’d like it