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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 Tax Diplomat: Reflections From Former BIAC Tax Chair

    The Tax Diplomat: Reflections From Former BIAC Tax Chair

    Will Morris, former chair of the tax committee at Business at OECD, reflects on his nearly decadelong tenure and experiences leading the business community through OECD global corporate tax reform projects.

    Read Soong Johnston's profile on Morris: Changing of the Guard: Ex-BIAC Tax Chair Reflects on Tenure

    Follow us on Twitter:
    Stephanie Soong Johnston: @SoongJohnstonDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law's Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.

    This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.

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

    • 46 min
    200 Episodes: Tax Notes Talk's Defining Interviews

    200 Episodes: Tax Notes Talk's Defining Interviews

    In honor of Tax Notes Talk’s 200th episode, we review some of our favorite interviews and discussions from the last 100 episodes.

    In our “In the Pages” segment, Andrew Hughes, a Brussels-based economist who specializes in transfer pricing, valuation, and risk management, chats about his Tax Notes series on transfer pricing.

    Listen to our 100th episode: Tax Notes Goes To Court (Again)

    Find out the answer to the tax trivia question by listening to The Category Is Tax Trivia.
    Listen to the episodes mentioned:
    Wealth, Inequality, and Taxes in the U.S.Talking With the National Taxpayer Advocate: A Look AheadThe End Is Nigh: An Update on the OECD Tax Reform PlanTalking With Paul Tang: Tax Fairness in the EUHow Tax Policy Can Help Low-Income Americans’ Pandemic PlightTalking With the Tax Court Chief Judge: A Year of Change50 Years Later: The Fight for Tax TransparencyThe BEPS Project: 5 Years LaterA Very Special EpisodeFrom Henry VIII to James Bond: Weird Tax Facts Throughout HistoryThe CARES Act: What's New and What's Next 
    Follow us on Twitter:
    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.

    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.

    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law's Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

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

    • 35 min
    2022 U.S. Tax Legislation Forecast

    2022 U.S. Tax Legislation Forecast

    Tax Analysts Chief Content Officer Jeremy Scott reviews the 2021 developments in U.S. tax legislation and speculates what lies ahead in 2022.

    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: 
    Schumer Vows Build Back Better Vote as Manchin, Dems SquabbleBuild Back Better Act Will Drag on Into New YearChild Credit Deadline Adds Pressure to Reconciliation EffortsUncertainty Mars Future of Advance Child Credit AdministrationRepublican Senators Eye Legislative Fix for Crypto RulesHouse Sends Infrastructure Bill to Biden, With Pledge to Do MoreFollow us on Twitter:
    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law's Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

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

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

    • 30 min
    Year-End Collection: Tax Oddities of 2021

    Year-End Collection: Tax Oddities of 2021

    Tax Notes reporters recap some of the unusual tax stories they covered in 2021, from an international basketball player’s tax troubles to a court fight in India over a Michael Jackson concert tax. 


    Listen to the following related podcast episodes:
    Year-End Collection: Tax Oddities of 2020Year-End Collection: Tax Oddities of 2019Year-End Collection, Volume 2: Tax OdditiesYear-End Collection, Volume 1: Tax Oddities
    For additional coverage, read these news articles in Tax Notes: 
    Texas Senator: Curb Sports Team Incentives Over Mavericks' Anthem DustupEx-NBA Player Hit With Tax, Wire Fraud Charges for Chinese PlayFrench Tax Authorities Can Use Social Media Data to Catch FraudBeat It! Tax Waived on 1996 Michael Jackson Concert in Mumbai
    Follow us on Twitter:
    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotesRobert Goulder: @RobertGoulderSarah Paez: @PaezWrites**
    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law's Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

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

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

    • 34 min
    How Technology Is Shaping Tax Jobs of the Future

    How Technology Is Shaping Tax Jobs of the Future

    Benjamin Alarie with Blue J Legal discusses how technology is influencing and changing the tax field and the future of tax jobs.

    For the related episode mentioned in the intro, listen to Teaching Tomorrow’s Tax Pros.

    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: 
    Business of Tax: AI Brings Uncertainty and Opportunity to Tax PracticeBusiness of Tax: The Emergence of the High-Tech AccountantBusiness of Tax: Why Aren’t Accounting Firms Hiring Accountants?
    Follow us on Twitter:
    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law's Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

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

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

    • 41 min
    The Sky’s the Limit: Looking at U.S. Air Travel Taxation

    The Sky’s the Limit: Looking at U.S. Air Travel Taxation

    Adam Feinberg with Miller & Chevalier discusses air travel taxation, how it affects passengers, and the biggest issues for airlines. 
    In our “In the Pages” segment, Timothy Noonan, partner with Hodgson Russ, chats about his recent Tax Notes piece, "The Nuts and Bolts of New York’s 548-Day Rule, Revisited." 
    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    Wisconsin Justices Affirm Denial of Property Tax Break for AirlinesGeorgia Moves to End Jet Fuel Tax Break After Delta Slams Voter LawFor a related episode, listen to Aviation Taxes: Ready For Takeoff.
    Follow us on Twitter:
    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**
    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.

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

    This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law's Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit the-tare.com.

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

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
62 Ratings

62 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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