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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.

    Taxing Billionaire Borrowing: A New Kind of Wealth Tax?

    Taxing Billionaire Borrowing: A New Kind of Wealth Tax?

    Professors Edward Fox and Zachary Liscow discuss their proposal for a new tax on billionaires that would apply to borrowing against their assets.

    For more, read Fox and Liscow's article, "No More Tax-Free Lunch for Billionaires: Closing the Borrowing Loophole," in Tax Notes.

    For more on wealth taxes, listen to The Wealth Tax Debate.

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    Robert Goulder: @RobertGoulderDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    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: Jordan Parrish
    Audio Engineers: Jordan Parrish, Peyton Rhodes
    Guest Relations: Alexis Hart

    • 30 min
    Tracking the Latest on the House Tax Reform Plan

    Tracking the Latest on the House Tax Reform Plan

    Tax Notes Capitol Hill reporters Cady Stanton and Doug Sword discuss the key provisions of the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act and its potential paths for passage in the Senate.

    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    House Kills SALT Marriage Penalty Bill in Procedural VoteSmith Combats Claims Senate Republicans Weren’t in Tax TalksSenate Border Traffic Jam Pushes Tax Bill Back Weeks, at LeastHouse Tax Deal Vote Hasn’t Swayed Senators Seeking Markup
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    Cady Stanton: @cady_stantonDoug Sword: @doug_swordDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes
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    This episode is sponsored by the University of California Irvine School of Law Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit law.uci.edu/gradtax.

    For more information on Ask Blue J, visit bluej.com/ask.

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

    • 20 min
    The Plastic Problem: Using Tax to Protect the Environment

    The Plastic Problem: Using Tax to Protect the Environment

    Professor Roberta Mann of the University of Oregon School of Law explains how taxing single-use plastics could help combat their environmental effects. 

    For more, read Mann's article, "Targeting Plastic Pollution with Taxes."

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    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes

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

    This episode is sponsored by TaxBandits. For more information, visit taxbandits.com and use promo code TaxNotes5.

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

    • 33 min
    Liberty Global and the Economic Substance Doctrine

    Liberty Global and the Economic Substance Doctrine

    Tax Notes managing legal reporter Andrew Velarde discusses the economic substance doctrine dispute in Liberty Global Inc. v. United States and its potential implications.

    For previous Moore episodes, listen to the following:
    A Recap of SCOTUS Oral Arguments in Moore v. United StatesMoore Money, More Tax Problems? Analyzing Moore v. United States
    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    ABA Section of Taxation Meeting: Liberty Global Is a Warning Against High-Level Business PurposeLiberty Global Appeals Economic Substance Loss to Tenth CircuitLiberty Global Promises Economic Substance Doctrine AppealEconomic Substance Doctrine Constrains Liberty Global
    Follow us on Twitter:
    David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes

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

    This episode is sponsored by TaxBandits. For more information, visit taxbandits.com and use promo code TaxNotes5.

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

    • 15 min
    What to Expect in the 2024 Filing Season

    What to Expect in the 2024 Filing Season

    Kelly Phillips Erb, known online as Taxgirl, discusses the 2024 filing season’s challenges and considerations in light of the IRS’s post-IRA funding changes and the potential for congressional action on a tax deal.
     
    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    IRS Hasn’t Been Idle During ERC MoratoriumIRS Launches Direct-File PlatformHopes for Senate Markup of Tax Deal Complicated by TimingIRS Unveils Sleeker Notices Ahead of Filing SeasonTax Deal Puts a Damper on Filing Season OptimismWerfel: Shutdown During Filing Season Could Be ‘Very Disruptive’Filing Season Tax Changes Could Be Challenging for Direct File
    Follow us on Twitter:
    Jonathan Curry: @jtcurry005David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes

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

    This episode is sponsored by TaxBandits. For more information, visit taxbandits.com and use promo code TaxNotes5.

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

    • 33 min
    Moore 2.0? Analyzing Altria Group Inc. v. United States

    Moore 2.0? Analyzing Altria Group Inc. v. United States

    Tax Notes contributing editor Robert Goulder discusses the downward attribution dispute in Altria Group Inc. v. United States and the case’s similarities to Moore.

    Listen to our Moore episodes:
    A Recap of SCOTUS Oral Arguments in Moore v. United StatesMoore Money, More Tax Problems? Analyzing Moore v. United States
    For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
    Analysis: The Excise Power: Altria Waits Its TurnAltria’s Case Stayed Pending Realization Decision in MooreAltria Challenges IRS Downward Attribution Control Analysis
    Follow us on Twitter:
    Robert Goulder: @RobertGoulderDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes

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

    This episode is sponsored by TaxBandits. For more information, visit taxbandits.com and use promo code TaxNotes5.

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

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

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80 Ratings

realchristineod ,

So well produced!

I’m a small business owner in the podcasting industry and this show is so helpful as I stay up to date on the latest tax news. Not to mention the audio quality and content are outstanding. Thanks for this show!

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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