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.