Monday, January 14, 2013

Budget and tax discussion in NYC on Tuesday, January 15

It's probably a bit last minute for people to make plans about this, but I will be speaking at a session tomorrow morning (Tuesday, January 15) that is open to the public.  There will also, I believe, be a publicly available webcast and/or video of the session.

This event is sponsored by the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA), as part of their 2013 Breakfast Briefing Series, and it's entitled "After the Cliff: Implications of the American Taxpayer Relief Act."  I believe the topics will include, not just the aforenamed legislation that resolved the "fiscal cliff" standoff, but the upcoming debt ceiling fight, the short-term and long-term budget picture, fundamental tax reform, and entitlements reform.

It will take place from 8:30 to 10:30 am at the NYSSCPA office, 3 Park Avenue (at 34th Street) in NYC, on the 19th floor.

The other panelists will be (1) Laura Saunders of the Wall Street Journal, (2) David A. Lifson, a leading New York CPA, and (3) Richard W. Peach, a senior vice president in the Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies Function at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Added attraction (?) for potential attendees or viewers who know me: I have been growing a beard over the Christmas break, and while it is unlikely to last much longer, it will greet the glare of day tomorrow morning at the session.

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