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By Indiewire | Indiewire August 21, 2006 at 6:11AM

The IRS just upped the ante for Hollywood swag whores--er, award show attendees. Just three days after the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences issued a not so gentle reminder to celebrities that their forthcoming Emmy gift baskets would be considered taxable income, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has brokered a similar deal with the IRS. Meaning come next March, their Oscar vote isn't the only thing stars are going to have to declare. Gina Serpe reports.
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The IRS just upped the ante for Hollywood swag whores--er, award show attendees. Just three days after the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences issued a not so gentle reminder to celebrities that their forthcoming Emmy gift baskets would be considered taxable income, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has brokered a similar deal with the IRS. Meaning come next March, their Oscar vote isn't the only thing stars are going to have to declare. Gina Serpe reports.





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