Tax Analysts was founded 40 years ago to foster informed debate on tax policy. To commemorate our 40th anniversary, we are compiling an electronic memory book of answers to the following question:
“What is one of the most significant changes to tax administration, practice, or policy that you have seen in your professional career?"
We invite you to share your thoughts with us, in whatever form you prefer – short essay, single sentence, personal vignette, poem, tale, and so on. We also encourage you to focus on topics that reach beyond the common fold, from the greater diversity of individuals in the tax field and the amount of available tax information to the move toward electronic publishing and tax specialization.
Our editors will select the contributions to publish, and we will notify you if we decide to publish yours.
Please e-mail all contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 22, 2010 and please include your name and professional affiliations (past and present) as you would like them to appear.
We are excited to create a community of voices on a question of such interest to our professional lives, and one that also captures a moment in time in tax history.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Very truly yours,
Christopher E. Bergin
President and Publisher, Tax Analysts
About Tax Analysts
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