This conference on the long-term fiscal crisis will bring together leading experts from a range of disciplines to assess the causes of the current crisis, the magnitude of the challenge facing the country in the next decade, and the possible responses by the federal government and the states.
A discussion about whether states should tax Internet or other kinds of remote sales, and if so, how. Should states pursue "Amazon" laws that New York and Rhode Island have adopted and other states are considering? Or should Congress enact legislation to enable states to pursue a multistate solution?
The Conference addresses all issues of relevance to non-profit organizations, including the latest developments. The focus is also on practical information that can be put to use with an immediate impact.
The 2009 Symposium will bring together some of the world’s leading authorities from government, regulatory agencies, discussions and commentaries on these and other questions that are part of doing business today.
Eric Solomon, Director of National Tax at Ernst & Young and former Assistant Treasury Secretary for Tax Policy, will deliver the inaugural Richard Crawford Pugh Lecture on Tax Law and Policy in San Diego.
The US Withholding Tax QI Regulations as you know them are changing almost beyond recognition. These changes remain fluid, and it would take a brave person to state with any confidence how the regulations will look when they are finally made law.
Get solutions to your institution's most pressing issues. Industry experts and vendors will provide practical guidance to meet the challenge.
Please join us for a book signing with free canapés and cash bar.
The ABA Section of Taxation May Meeting is an opportunity to network with leading tax attorneys and government officials.
This conference will encompass some of the most important obstacles and opportunities associated with developing affordable housing in 2010 and beyond.
Now in its 33rd year, this Institute is bringing together the finest from the SALT industry, both as faculty and attendees. Sessions include the annual debate on recent cases between Paul Frankel and Professor Richard Pomp and ethical issues facing today’s SALT practitioners.
This program will review and discuss significant aspects of Section 7701(o) and the related penalty provisions.
This two-day conference will focus on the basics of solar energy technology, tax credit equity rules, debt and equity updates, and more.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion on federal tax expenditures in which we will ask whether all the deductions, credits, and other write-offs are worth the hundreds of billions of dollars in lost federal tax revenues each year.
Named for the late Tax Court Judge Theodore Tannenwald Jr., and designed to perpetuate his dedication to legal scholarship of the highest quality, the Tannenwald Writing Competition is open to all full or part-time law school students, undergraduate or graduate.
No other industry event brings together the leaders who are making green and affordable one and the same. No industry event offers opportunities to learn from the best about what’s working today—and what’s next.
Learn about the newest financial products and their tax treatment.
Please join us for presentations by, and a discussion with, a distinguished panel of speakers about tax reform, including the authors of the current bipartisan reform effort.
Tax commissioners, advocates, academics and practitioners will explore the current tensions between revenue collection and taxpayer advocacy.
The two-day program will include legislative developments: views from the Hill and Treasury; what every employer should know about health care changes; supporting organizations and donor advised funds: where are we now?; international operations; IRS compliance initiatives and audits.