Tax Notes Talk

Tax Notes Talk

A discussion of cutting-edge developments in tax, including up-to-the-minute changes in federal, state, and international tax law and regulations.

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July 12, 2024 18 mins

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Ted Peterson of the University of North Texas Ryan College of Business discusses the SALT deduction cap and its potential paths forward as the 2025 sunset date approaches.

Read Peterson's article, "The SALT Cap: Looking Beyond 2025."

Listen to our previous episode on the SALT cap, "Recapping States’ SALT Cap Workarounds."

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Tax Notes chief correspondent Amanda Athanasiou discusses the effectiveness of carbon pricing as a climate change mitigation strategy and possible alternative policies.

Read Athanasiou's article, "Keeping the Promise of Carbon Taxes in Perspective."

Listen to our previous episode on carbon pricing, "Taxing Carbon at the Border."

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Tax Notes managing legal reporter Andrew Velarde breaks down the Supreme Court's decision in Moore v. United States and its implications for the future of tax.

To hear from the Moores' lawyers, watch the upcoming Taxing Issues webinar here.

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Tax Notes reporter Sarah Paez discusses the proposed tax plans from the United Kingdom’s political parties before their upcoming July 4 election.

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June 14, 2024 31 mins

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Nina Olson of the Center for Taxpayer Rights and the Tax Analysts board of directors discusses the challenges in preserving taxpayer rights in light of increasing digitalization by the IRS and tax preparation companies.   

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Susan Lanham, Amanda Thompson-Abbott, and Tom Norton of Marshall University discuss their research on the earned income tax credit’s effectiveness in alleviating poverty.   

For more, read Lanham, Thompson-Abbott, and Norton's Tax Notes article, "Assessing the EITC’s Role in Poverty Alleviation."

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Alysse McLoughlin and Katie Quinn of Jones Walker discuss state tax implications of the Inflation Reduction Act’s clean energy credits.

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Monte Jackel of Jackel Tax Law discusses partnership taxation rules and the role they play in former President Trump’s ongoing IRS audit.

For more, read the  article from ProPublica and The New York Times, "IRS Audit of Trump Could Cost Former President More Than $100 Million."

For more on Trump's taxes, listen to Trump’s Tax Returns and the Future of Transparency.

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Tax Notes senior legal reporter Nathan Richman discusses the tax implications of the recent financial controversies surrounding Los Angeles Dodgers player Shohei Ohtani and his former translator.

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Libin Zhang and Kristin Hickman discuss the broader implications of Moore v. United States and the challenges to the Chevron doctrine during a live recording from the American Bar Association Section of Taxation May meeting. 

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Mary Wood of Meadows Collier discusses recent updates on the employee retention credit, from the IRS’s moratorium on new claims to the potential effect of pending legislation. 

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Professor Yariv Brauner of the University of Florida Levin College of Law discusses the challenges facing residence-based taxation and his proposal for a new way to tax individuals.

For more, read Brauner's article, "Taxing People, Not Residents."

In our “Editors’ Corner” segment, Andrey Yushkov, senior policy analyst for the Tax Foundation, chats about his coauthored Tax Not...

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Frank Agostino of Agostino & Associates discusses two pending Supreme Court cases, their potential effects on the Chevron doctrine, and their implications for the tax world.

Listen to our latest episode on Moore here: A Recap of SCOTUS Oral Arguments in Moore v. United States
 
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Tax Analysts' chief economist Martin Sullivan discusses the Congressional Budget Office’s latest economic forecast, new insights on the effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and what all this means for tax policy.

For more, read Sullivan's analysis, "Economists Find Little Growth and Worsening Inequality From TCJA."

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Tax Notes contributing editor Nana Ama Sarfo discusses the SEC’s recently released carbon pricing disclosure rules and their reception from the business community. 

For additional coverage, read Sarfo's article in Tax Notes, "Examining the SEC’s Simpler Carbon Pricing Disclosure Rules."

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William McRae of Cleary Gottlieb discusses the U.S. Tax Court’s decision in YA Global Investments v. Commissioner and what it means for the private equity sector.

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Tax Notes Capitol Hill reporters Cady Stanton and Doug Sword discuss the roadblocks the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act is facing in the Senate.

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March 15, 2024 14 mins

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Tax Notes chief correspondent Stephanie Soong discusses the latest developments surrounding amount B under pillar 1 of the OECD’s two-pillar corporate tax reform plan. 

Listen to our last podcast on amount B: Pillar 1 Amount B: Disagreements and Divides

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Christine Green of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC discusses the Corporate Transparency Act and the recent litigation regarding its constitutionality.

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Tax Notes contributing editor Ryan Finley discusses the latest developments in three transfer pricing cases — Medtronic, 3M, and Abbott Labs — and their implications for the future.

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