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2016 Planned Events

May 31
Tax Analysts' Annual Student Writing Competition
Tax Analysts is pleased to announce the opening of its annual student writing competition for 2016.

2015 Planned Events

December 15
Tax Analysts' Top Women In Tax
Tax Analysts is pleased to announce its inaugural Top Women in Tax award. Tax Analysts is looking to recognize the top women in tax -- women who have had a significant impact on tax practice or tax policy and earned the respect of their colleagues in the tax profession.
November 18-19
International Conference on Taxpayer Rights
The National Taxpayer Advocate of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service is convening the Inaugural International Conference on Taxpayer Rights in Washington, D.C. This ground breaking conference will explore how taxpayer rights globally serve as the foundation for effective tax administration.
October 21
Formulary Tax Briefing and Reception
Please join us for a balanced tax policy discussion on corporate income taxation under formulary apportionment moderated by Martin Sullivan, Chief Economist at Tax Analysts.
October 5
What lies ahead for federal legislation affecting state taxation?
A distinguished panel will outline all pending federal legislation on state taxation and discuss the potential advantages and disadvantages of each – and the likelihood for passage. So, please join Reed Smith and Tax Analysts to gain invaluable insight and a better understanding of what you should expect this Fall.
September 22
Tax Transparency: The Good, The Bad, and The Future
Please join us for a panel discussion on whether the recent controversy about the IRS and transparency is causing public distrust in the agency. Is the IRS being wrongfully stoned by its critics?

2015 Previous Events

May 8
Breakfast with Lee Sheppard
An interactive discussion with Lee Sheppard, one of the nation's most widely read and respected tax commentators.
April 28-30
The Tax Reporting Group: 2015 Tax Reporting & Withholding Conference
This is our 29th year and there is more IRS reporting, new Form W-9 and Forms W-8 documentation and bigger penalties than ever before!
Events From Previous Years