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  1. Lawsky Presents How Models Work Today at Toronto
  2. Why Does Citibank, But Not the IRS, Treat Frequent Flyer Miles as Taxable Income?
  3. Monahan Presents Will Employers Undermine ObamaCare by Dumping Sick Employees? Today at NYU
  4. Best Use of Mitt Romney's Tax Return
  5. 2d Circuit Rejects GE's $62 Million Castle Harbour Tax Shelter
  6. National Paralegal College Seeks to Hire Graduate Tax Director
  7. Mitt Romney Releases 2010 Tax Return, 2011 Estimate
  8. Greece Publishes List of 4,000 Tax Scofflaws
  9. Field: Experiential Learning in Tax Courses
  10. OECD: Using Tax Policy to Reduce Income Inequality, Boost Economic Growth
  11. Jaffke Posts Tax Papers on SSRN
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Lawsky Presents How Models Work Today at Toronto

Sarah B. Lawsky (UC-Irvine) presents How Models Work at Toronto today as part of its James Hausman Tax Law and Policy Workshop Series: Unlike many social and physical sciences, including economics, biology, and physics, legal scholarship includes little or no discussion of what models mean, how they are connected to...
 

Why Does Citibank, But Not the IRS, Treat Frequent Flyer Miles as Taxable Income?

Los Angeles Times, Citibank Deems Frequent-Flier Miles Taxable, but Does the IRS?, by David Lazarus: Frequent-flier miles clearly have value — why else would people want them? But do they also represent taxable income? Citibank seems to think so. It's sending tax forms to people who received thousands of miles...
 

Monahan Presents Will Employers Undermine ObamaCare by Dumping Sick Employees? Today at NYU

Amy Monahan (Minnesota) presents Will Employers Undermine Health Care Reform by Dumping Sick Employees?, 97 Va. L. Rev. 125 (2011), at NYU today as part of its Colloquium Series on Tax Policy and Public Finance convened by Daniel Shaviro (NYU): This Article argues that federal health care reform may induce...
 

Best Use of Mitt Romney's Tax Return

Daniel B. Rodriguez (Dean, Northwestern), Tax at Northwestern Law: On the day when candidate Mitt Romney releases his tax returns (well, OK, tis’ a stretch), I turn the spotlight on Northwestern Law’s terrific tax program. Anchored by a prestigious graduate tax program and the valuable scholarly work of our distinguished...
 

2d Circuit Rejects GE's $62 Million Castle Harbour Tax Shelter

TIFD III-E Inc. v. United States, No. 10-70-CV (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 24, 2012): The United States appeals from a judgment of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut (Underhill, J.) invalidating two notices of Final Partnership Administrative Adjustments issued by the Internal Revenue Service. The district court so...
 

National Paralegal College Seeks to Hire Graduate Tax Director

National Paralegal College seeks to hire a tax instructor to help develop and administer a graduate-level tax program: We are seeking a tax professional knowledgeable in federal income tax, corporate tax, and preferably other upper-level courses such as estate and gift tax, tax research, financial accounting, etc. JD required. LLM...
 

Mitt Romney Releases 2010 Tax Return, 2011 Estimate

Year AGI Tax Tax Rate Char. Gifts Charity/AGI 2011 20,901,075 3,226,623 15.4% 4,020,572 19.2% 2010 21,661,344 3,009,766 13.9% 2,983,974 13.8% Romney 2011 Tax Estimate Romney 2010 Tax Return Bloomberg CNN Future of Capitalism L.A. Times New York Times New York Times Wall Street Journal Washington Post Update: New York Times,...
 

Greece Publishes List of 4,000 Tax Scofflaws

New York Times, Greece Publishes List of 4,000 Tax Scofflaws: In a name-and-shame campaign aimed at getting tax evaders to pay up, the Greek government published a list of more than 4,000 people, including several household names, who owe a total of $19 billion to the cash-strapped state. The list...
 

Field: Experiential Learning in Tax Courses

Heather Field (UC-Hastings), Experiential Learning in a Lecture Class: Exposing Students to the Skill of Giving Useful Tax Advice, 9 Pitt. Tax Rev. ___ (2012): As our students continue to enter a legal profession that is changing and as the models for the delivery of legal services continue to evolve,...
 

OECD: Using Tax Policy to Reduce Income Inequality, Boost Economic Growth

OECD, Reducing Income Inequality While Boosting Economic Growth: Can It Be Done?: [S]ome policy options that could promote growth and reduce inequality: Re-assess tax expenditures that benefit mainly high-income groups (e.g. tax relief on mortgage interest). Cutting back such tax expenditures is likely to be beneficial both for long-term GDP...
 

Jaffke Posts Tax Papers on SSRN

Cheyanna Jaffke (Western State) has posted several of her tax papers on SSRN: Death, Taxes, and Now Divorce: The Unavoidable Dyad Expanded to a Trilogy: ERISA's Social Policy Harms Women's Rights, 35 U.S.F.L. Rev. 255 (2001). Stock Redemptions in the Marital Corporation: What Happens When The Love Is Gone?, 54...
 

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