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December 9
Tax Reform Issue 6: Where Do We Go From Here?
A special webcast of the sixth of Tax Analysts monthly roundtable discussions on tax reform in Washington. Chris Bergin, Tax Analysts president and publisher, will be the moderator.
October 7
Tax Reform Issue 5: Can, or Should, You Have Tax Reform Without Increasing Taxes?
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The fifth of Tax Analysts' monthly roundtable discussions in Washington to tackle the thorny issues of tax reform. Chris Bergin, Tax Analysts' president and publisher, will be the moderator.
September 25
The Sarbanes-Oxley Conference and Exhibition
Finance and accounting executives will address the legal, financial, tax, and technology concerns facing today's compliance and reporting owners. Informative educational sessions and expert panel discussions will supply timely information for first-time filers as well as private and global companies seeking compliance. Conference will be held in Baltimore, Md.
September 23
Taxing Capital Income
Jointly sponsored by the Tax Policy Center, the American Tax Policy Institute, and Tax Analysts. Tax Analysts' Joseph Thorndike will be a featured speaker.
September 9
Tax Reform Issue 4: Tax Reform and Fairness — What's Fair When it Comes to Paying Taxes?
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The fourth of Tax Analysts' monthly roundtable discussions in Washington to tackle the thorny issues of tax reform. Chris Bergin, Tax Analysts' president and publisher, will be the moderator.
July 18-19
Historical Perspectives on Tax Law and Policy
The Tax History Project, the UCLA School of Law, and the Cambridge University Centre for Tax Law are the sponsors. Joseph Thorndike, Tax Analysts' Tax History Project director, will be a featured speaker.
July 8
Tax Reform Issue 3: Tax Reform and Simplicity — Must a Good Tax Code Be a Simple One?
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The third of Tax Analysts' monthly roundtable discussions in Washington to tackle the thorny issues of tax reform. Chris Bergin, Tax Analysts' president and publisher, will be the moderator.
June 3
Tax Reform Issue 2: Tax Reform and the Economy — Can Good Tax Policy Spur Growth? How Much?
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The second of Tax Analysts' monthly round-table discussions in Washington to tackle the thorny issues of tax reform. Chris Bergin, Tax Analysts' president and publisher, will be the moderator.
May 18
Federal Tax Reform and the States
Jointly sponsored by the National Governors Association, the National Conference of State Legislatures, the Federation of Tax Administrators, Tax Analysts, the Multistate Tax Commission, the Tax Policy Center, and the Heritage Foundation. Tax Analysts' David Brunori and Martin Sullivan will be featured speakers.
April 1-2
Critical Tax Theory
Sponsored by Tax Analysts and held at the Seattle University School of Law. Tax Analysts' Charles Davenport will be a featured speaker.
April 1
Tax Reform Issue 1: The 1986 Tax Reform Act — What are the Lessons for Today?
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The first of Tax Analysts' monthly roundtable discussions in Washington to tackle the thorny issues of tax reform. Chris Bergin, Tax Analysts' president and publisher, will be the moderator.
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