A discussion of cutting-edge developments in tax, including up-to-the-minute changes in federal, state, and international tax law and regulations.
Talking With Paul Tang: Tax Fairness in the EU
Paul Tang, a Dutch member of the European Parliament, discusses the challenges facing the international tax community and his goals as chair of the subcommittee on tax. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:EU Must Consider Removing...
How Tax Policy Can Help Low-Income Americans’ Pandemic Plight
Rebecca Thompson of Prosperity Now, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected low-income communities and families of color in the United States, and what tax policy tools could help them. For additional...
Distressed Communities and the Role of Economic Incentives
Josh Goodman of the Pew Charitable Trusts talks about the organization’s recent report on how states can direct economic development to people and places in need. **This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit...
Practitioners Anticipate Tax Filing Season Wins and Woes
Phyllis Jo Kubey, a solo practitioner based in New York City, and Ryan L. Losi, executive vice president at PIASCIK, discuss the 2021 tax season and the unique challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. For additional coverage, read these articles in...
State Legislature Check-In: Tax Priorities in 2021
Morgan Scarboro of MultiState discusses the tax topics state legislatures are likely to tackle this year.For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Experts, Activists Weigh In on Proposed Washington State Wealth TaxConnecticut Bill Looks...
Capitol Hill Check-In: Tax Priorities in 2021
Tax Notes reporters Jad Chamseddine and Alexis Gravely speculate on upcoming tax changes and developments on Capitol Hill this year. Jeffrey A. Friedman of Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP talks about his recent Tax Notes piece, “The Complexities of State...
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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