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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 TCJA Five Years Later: State Tax Issues

    The TCJA Five Years Later: State Tax Issues

    In the first of a three-episode series, Steven Wlodychak, formerly with EY, discusses the creation of the SALT cap deduction by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how states addressed it and other changes.

     For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    Consistent Guidance on SALT Cap Workarounds Needed, Panel SaysCalifornia Governor Signs SALT Cap Workaround FixPennsylvania Bill Would Create SALT Cap Workaround‘No SALT, No Deal’ Becomes No MoreFollow us on Twitter:
    David 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
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    • 30 min
    Advancing the Pillars: An OECD Tax Reform Project Update

    Advancing the Pillars: An OECD Tax Reform Project Update

    Tax Notes chief correspondent Stephanie Soong discusses how countries are approaching implementation of the OECD’s two-pillar corporate tax reform plan and the future of the OECD after Pascal Saint-Amans’s departure. 
     Listen to more podcast episodes on the OECD's tax reform plan:
    Implementation Issues: An OECD Tax Reform Project UpdateThe End Is Nigh: An Update on the OECD Tax Reform PlanThe Beginning of the End? An Update on the OECD Tax Reform Plan For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    ECOFIN To Soon Try Again for Global Minimum Tax AgreementIndian Barrister Calls for Global Indirect Tax TreatyOECD Seeks to Improve CbC Reporting StandardU.K. Treasury Confirms Plan to Implement Pillar 2G-20 Heads Urge Countries to Finish Work on Pillar 1 Tax RulesGlobal Tax Deal Could Change Views on CCTB, EU Official SaysIn our “Editors’ Corner” segment, Naomita Yadav, a partner at Withers in San Francisco, chats about her Tax Notes column, (Tax) Matters of Life and Death, and her latest installment, “To PTE or Not to PTE: Estate Planning and SALT PTE Elections.” 

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    Stephanie Soong: @StephanieSoongDavid 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 the University of California Irvine School of Law Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit law.uci.edu/gradtax.

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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
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    • 26 min
    The Case for Taxing Prison Labor

    The Case for Taxing Prison Labor

    Stephanie Hunter McMahon of the University of Cincinnati College of Law discusses why labor performed by incarcerated workers should be subject to tax.
     
    For more, read Hunter McMahon's article in Tax Notes, "Prison Work Is Taxing and Should Be Taxed."

    Follow us on Twitter:
    Joe Thorndike: @jthorndikeDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by 360 Coverage Pros. For more information, visit 360coveragepros.com/taxnotes.

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

    This episode is sponsored by the University of California Irvine School of Law Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit law.uci.edu/gradtax.

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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
    We want to hear from you, our listeners! To fill out a short, two-minute survey, visit taxnotes.co/podcastsurvey.

    • 30 min
    Should We Have a Robot Tax? Part 2

    Should We Have a Robot Tax? Part 2

    In the second of a two-episode series, Orly Mazur of SMU Dedman School of Law discusses her views on the tax implications of increasing automation and the alternatives to a robot tax.

    Listen to the first episode in this series, "Should We Have a Robot Tax? Part 2."

    For more on Orly, read "A Conversation With Orly Mazur: Taking on Tax and Tech."

    Follow us on Twitter:
    Marie Sapirie: @mariesapirieDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by the Tax Attorney Recruiting Event. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

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

    This episode is sponsored by the University of California Irvine School of Law Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit law.uci.edu/gradtax.

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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
    We want to hear from you, our listeners! To fill out a short, two-minute survey, visit taxnotes.co/podcastsurvey.

    • 32 min
    Should We Have a Robot Tax? Part 1

    Should We Have a Robot Tax? Part 1

    In the first of a two-episode series, Ryan Abbott of the University of Surrey discusses his views on the tax implications of increasing automation and the need for a robot tax.

    For more, read Abbott and Bogenschneider's article, "Should Robots Pay Taxes? Tax Policy in the Age of Automation."

    In our “Editors’ Corner” segment, Elizabeth Stevens, a member in the international tax practice at Caplin & Drysdale Chtd. in Washington, chats about her coauthored Tax Notes piece, “Transfer Pricing's Next Generation.”

    Follow us on Twitter:
    Marie Sapirie: @mariesapirieDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by the Tax Attorney Recruiting Event. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

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

    This episode is sponsored by the University of California Irvine School of Law Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit law.uci.edu/gradtax.

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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


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    • 32 min
    IRS in Flux: New Funding and New Commissioner

    IRS in Flux: New Funding and New Commissioner

    Former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson, now with Alliantgroup, discusses the need to identify the agency’s next leader and how the IRS should use its additional funding from the Inflation Reduction Act.

    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    TIGTA Tees Up Hot-Button Issues for Review in 2023Leaderless IRS Threatens Credibility Crisis in Key Months AheadRepublicans Voice Concerns to GAO on IRS Funding OversightFormer Officials: Success of IRS Funding Boost Is at ‘Serious Risk’Ex-IRS Official Predicts Rapid Benefits From IT UpgradesSenate GOP Frets Over ‘Largely Unbridled’ IRS Funding
    Follow us on Twitter:
    Jonathan Curry: @jtcurry005David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by 360 Coverage Pros. For more information, visit 360coveragepros.com/taxnotes.

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

    This episode is sponsored by the University of California Irvine School of Law Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit law.uci.edu/gradtax.

    ***
    Credits
    Host: David D. Stewart
    Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
    Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart
    We want to hear from you, our listeners! To fill out a short, two-minute survey, visit taxnotes.co/podcastsurvey.

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

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71 Ratings

71 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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