Monday, August 19, 2013

One more "100 years of the income tax" conference

On Tuesday, September 10, in the Rayburn House Office Building, the Office of Tax Policy Research, National Tax Association, and Tax Policy Center are sponsoring a full-day program called "The Federal Income Tax at 100: How Did We Get Here and Where Should We Go Next?  A Forum of Tax Policy Experts and Tax Policy Makers."

The program is available here, and registration info is available here.

I will be a mid-afternoon speaker, addressing corporate and international tax reform in a broader session entitled "Reforming the Existing Income Tax."  While there are some obvious things that I will certainly feel I have to say (they're obvious because they're true and important), I will also try to be interesting and yet on-point in some less predictable ways.

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