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A discussion of cutting-edge developments in tax, including up-to-the-minute changes in federal, state, and international tax law and regulations.

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A discussion of cutting-edge developments in tax, including up-to-the-minute changes in federal, state, and international tax law and regulations.

    The Advance Child Tax Credit: 2022 and Beyond

    The Advance Child Tax Credit: 2022 and Beyond

    Elaine Maag of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center looks at lessons learned from the 2021 advance child tax credit and its potential political future. 
     Listen to our other episodes on the child tax credit:
    The Advance Child Tax Credit: Changes Coming?The Advance Child Tax Credit: What Lies Ahead
    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    Analysis: Resolving the Child Tax Credit ConundrumBoosted Child Credit Helped More Parents Feel Financially SecureGAO Suggests Tax Credits Contribute to Racial and Gender DisparitiesInflation, Child Tax Credit Rollback Endanger Business Tax Breaks
    In our “In the Pages” segment, Omri Marian, professor of law and academic director of the graduate tax program at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, chats about his Tax Notes piece, “Law, Policy, and the Taxation of Block Rewards.” 
    Follow us on Twitter:
    Marie Sapirie: @MarieSapirieDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    Credits
    Host: David D. Stewart
    Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
    Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart

    • 22 min
    How Canada Taxes Pro Athletes

    How Canada Taxes Pro Athletes

    Marie-France Dompierre of Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg discusses how Canada taxes professional athletes who aren’t Canadian residents.

    For more, read Dompierre's article, "An ‘Expensive’ Trade? Taxation of Nonresident Professional Athletes Playing in Canada," in Tax Notes.

    For more episodes on taxes and sports, listen to:
    The NCAA vs. Taxation: How Colleges Are Caught in the MiddleTaxing College Athletes After NCAA v. Alston
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    Stephanie Soong Johnston: @SoongJohnstonDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.

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    Credits
    Host: David D. Stewart
    Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
    Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart

    • 27 min
    The Final Foreign Tax Credit Rules: Complaints and Confusion

    The Final Foreign Tax Credit Rules: Complaints and Confusion

    Raymond Stahl of Ernst & Young discusses concerns about the final regulations for claiming foreign tax credits, particularly how they affect creditability, withholding, and treaty benefits.
     
    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    Yellen Nixes Foreign Tax Credit Reg Delay, Defends OECD TalksTreasury Offers More Details on FTC Royalty Withholding CarveoutValuation Allowances Soften FTC Regs' Blow for Some TaxpayersFTC Analysis Worries Persist in Regs, USCIB Warns U.S. TreasuryTax Treaties May Offer Relief From More Troublesome FTC RegsFTC Regs’ Attribution Requirement Raises Administrability Issues
    In our “In the Pages” segment, Kathleen Wright, director of the state and local tax program in the School of Taxation at Golden Gate University, chats about her Tax Notes piece, “The States’ Response to Wynne Seven Years Later.” 

    Follow us on Twitter:
    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.

    This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.

    This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.

    For more information about the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship, visit our press release at taxnotes.com/fellowship.

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    Credits
    Host: David D. Stewart
    Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
    Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart

    • 43 min
    The European Parliament Comes to Washington

    The European Parliament Comes to Washington

    Johan Langerock, policy adviser in the European Parliament, discusses his visit to Washington, the future of the OECD two-pillar tax plan, and the EU’s green initiative.

    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    DSTs ‘Back on Table’ if U.S. Doesn’t Adopt Pillar 1, MEPs SayEU Stays Focused on Pillar 2 Despite Pillar 1 DelaysPressure Mounts for EU Ministers on Pillar 2 AgreementEU Lawmakers Back Climate Plans but Challenges Remain
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    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.

    This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.

    This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.

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    Credits
    Host: David D. Stewart
    Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
    Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart

    • 32 min
    Examining Florida’s Removal of Disney’s Special Tax District

    Examining Florida’s Removal of Disney’s Special Tax District

    Tax Notes reporter Benjamin Valdez discusses the Florida legislation eliminating Disney's special tax district, what led to its passage, and what to expect in the future.
     
    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    Federal Judge Dismisses Taxpayers' Suit Over Disney District BillFlorida Taxpayers Sue Over Disney Tax District DissolutionFlorida Governor Signs Bill to End Disney's Special Tax DistrictFlorida Bill to Eliminate Disney’s Special Tax District Goes to GovernorFlorida Governor Seeks to End Disney’s Special Tax District
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    Benjamin Valdez: @benmvaldezDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    For more information about the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship, visit our press release at taxnotes.com/fellowship.

    This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.

    This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.

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    Credits
    Host: David D. Stewart
    Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
    Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart

    • 14 min
    Free for a Fee: Intuit's TurboTax Scandal

    Free for a Fee: Intuit's TurboTax Scandal

    Tax Notes reporters Paul Jones and Nathan Richman discuss the $141 million settlement over Intuit’s TurboTax Free Edition program and the potential tax break for Intuit.

    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    TurboTax Settlement May Open the Door to Huge Tax BreakIntuit, States Enter Settlement Over ‘Free File’ ScandalGAO: Taxpayer Use of Free File Waned After Intuit’s ExitIntuit’s Ad Campaign for ‘Free’ Tax Software Draws FTC IreIntuit to Exit Free File AllianceIntuit Fails to Secure Injunction in Tax Prep 'Bait-and-Switch' FightIntuit Free File Arbitration Strategy BackfiresNew York Governor Calls for Investigation of Tax Return Preparers
    In our “In the Pages” segment, Allison Christians, the H. Heward Stikeman Chair in Tax Law at McGill University in Montreal, chats about her Tax Notes piece, “Let the GILTI/GLOBE Games Begin.” 

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    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.

    This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.

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    Credits
    Host: David D. Stewart
    Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
    Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

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66 Ratings

66 Ratings

AZ-CPA ,

Tax code and economic justice

Ugh.... next time actually include some worth while context from the tax code. Reiteration of economic gaps in the population is a known and well traveled path of conversation... was looking for how the tax code influenced this conversation beyond a singular example in the first time homebuyer credit

SomethingWitty11 ,

Hard Pass —> Worst Tax Podcast

When one subscribes to a podcast to stay in touch with a specific topic, one expects said podcast to discuss that specific topic — this podcast constantly intermingles social justice political agendas with tax developments. Stay in your lane. If you want to increase your company’s ESG score, then make a leftist political podcast, but don’t mislabel it as a tax-technical podcast.

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