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  1. CBO: Tax Cuts Were Least Effective Stimulus in Recovery Act
  2. Haile: Reforming the North Carolina Tax Code
  3. Brennan: Repatriation of Foreign Earnings -- The Empirical Evidence
  4. Estate Planner Spends Most of Her Day 'Dealing with Sweat, Farts and Boobs'
  5. TIGTA: IRS Fails to Properly Utilize Currency Report Data to Catch Tax Cheats
  6. TaxProf Blog Named Top 100 Law Blog by ABA Journal
  7. Jackel & Ellis: Transfers of the Use of Property Under § 721
  8. Estate Tax Is Final Impediment to Extension of Bush Tax Cuts
  9. Sholk: A Guide to Election Year Activities of § 501(c)(3) Organizations
  10. Blatt: Statutory Interpretation and Holy Trinity Church
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CBO: Tax Cuts Were Least Effective Stimulus in Recovery Act

The Congressional Budget Office has released Estimated Impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on Employment and Economic Output From July 2010 Through September 2010 (Nov. 2010), which reports that the tax relief included in the Recovery Act had less of a stimulative impact than either government purchases or...


Haile: Reforming the North Carolina Tax Code

Andrew J. Haile (Elon) has published A Time for Action: Reforming the North Carolina Tax Code, 2010 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 1. Here is the abstract: The economic recession has forced almost all states to make difficult budget decisions, including cuts to education funding and other essential government services. North...


Brennan: Repatriation of Foreign Earnings -- The Empirical Evidence

Thomas J. Brennan (Northwestern) has published What Happens After a Holiday? Long-Term Effects of the Repatriation Provision of the AJCA, 5 Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus. 1 (2010). Here is the abstract: This Article analyzes the long-term impact on firm behavior of the repatriation tax holiday of the American...


Estate Planner Spends Most of Her Day 'Dealing with Sweat, Farts and Boobs'

ABA Journal, Lawyer Trades Estate Planning Practice for Biz Guarding Against Flatulence and Sweat Stains: Irvine, Calif., attorney Kim Olenicoff’s estate planning practice has slowed in the past couple of years due to the economy, but that’s OK with her because the need to guard against flatulence and sweat stains...


TIGTA: IRS Fails to Properly Utilize Currency Report Data to Catch Tax Cheats

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration today released Currency Report Data Can Be a Good Source for Audit Leads (2010-30-104): Individuals who fail to file required returns or underreport their income can create unfair burdens on honest taxpayers and diminish the public’s respect for the tax system. While currency...


TaxProf Blog Named Top 100 Law Blog by ABA Journal

I am thrilled that, for the third year in a row, TaxProf Blog has been named to the ABA Journal's list of "the 100 best Web sites by lawyers, for lawyers, as chosen by the editors of the ABA Journal" -- the 2010 Blawg 100, selected from more than 3,000...


Jackel & Ellis: Transfers of the Use of Property Under § 721

Monte A. Jackel & Audrey Ellis (both of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Washington, D.C.) have published Transfer of the Use of Property: Time for Clarification, 129 Tax Notes 1011 (Nov. 29, 2010): In this article, the authors review the current law for transfers of the use of property under § 721 and discuss...


Estate Tax Is Final Impediment to Extension of Bush Tax Cuts

Bloomberg, Return of Estate Tax Looms as Final Impediment to Extending Bush Tax Cuts, by Ryan J. Donmoyer: Ending the uncertainty over extending Bush-era tax cuts may rest on resolving a decade-long debate over death and taxes. ... With Obama planning to meet with bipartisan congressional leaders at the White...


Sholk: A Guide to Election Year Activities of § 501(c)(3) Organizations

Continuing a TaxProf Blog tradition (see prior 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009 versions), Steven H. Sholk (Gibbons, Newark, NJ) has made available to readers his wonderful 200-page A Guide to Election Year Activities of Section 501(c)(3) Organizations, in Tax Strategies for Corporate Acquisitions, Dispositions, Spin-Offs, Joint Ventures, Financings, Reorganizations...


Blatt: Statutory Interpretation and Holy Trinity Church

Tax Prof William S. Blatt (Miami) has published Missing the Mark: An Overlooked Statute Redefines the Debate Over Statutory Interpretation, 64 U. Miami L. Rev. 641 (2010). Here is the abstract: Legal scholars have long debated the choice between textualist and intentionalist methods for interpreting statutes. At the center of...


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