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Elaine Maag of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center looks at lessons learned from the 2021 advance child tax credit and its potential political future.  Listen to our other episodes on the child tax credit:The Advance Child Tax Credit: Changes Coming?The Advance Child Tax Credit: What Lies AheadFor additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Analysis: Resolving the Child Tax Credit ConundrumBoosted Child Credit Helped More Parents Feel Financially SecureGAO Suggests Tax Credits Contribute to Racial and Gender DisparitiesInflation, Child Tax Credit Rollback Endanger Business Tax BreaksIn our “In the Pages” segment, Omri Marian, professor of law and academic director of the graduate tax program at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, chats about his Tax Notes piece, “Law, Policy, and the Taxation of Block Rewards.” Follow us on Twitter:Marie Sapirie: @MarieSapirieDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.For more information about the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship, visit our press release at taxnotes.com/fellowship.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Marie-France Dompierre of Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg discusses how Canada taxes professional athletes who aren’t Canadian residents. For more, read Dompierre's article, "An ‘Expensive’ Trade? Taxation of Nonresident Professional Athletes Playing in Canada," in Tax Notes.For more episodes on taxes and sports, listen to:The NCAA vs. Taxation: How Colleges Are Caught in the MiddleTaxing College Athletes After NCAA v. AlstonFollow us on Twitter:Stephanie Soong Johnston: @SoongJohnstonDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**Tax Analysts is honored to be recognized by The Washington Post as a 2022 Top Workplace in the D.C. metro area. For more information, visit taxnotes.com/dc2022. This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Raymond Stahl of Ernst & Young discusses concerns about the final regulations for claiming foreign tax credits, particularly how they affect creditability, withholding, and treaty benefits. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Yellen Nixes Foreign Tax Credit Reg Delay, Defends OECD TalksTreasury Offers More Details on FTC Royalty Withholding CarveoutValuation Allowances Soften FTC Regs' Blow for Some TaxpayersFTC Analysis Worries Persist in Regs, USCIB Warns U.S. TreasuryTax Treaties May Offer Relief From More Troublesome FTC RegsFTC Regs’ Attribution Requirement Raises Administrability IssuesIn our “In the Pages” segment, Kathleen Wright, director of the state and local tax program in the School of Taxation at Golden Gate University, chats about her Tax Notes piece, “The States’ Response to Wynne Seven Years Later.” Follow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.For more information about the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship, visit our press release at taxnotes.com/fellowship.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Johan Langerock, policy adviser in the European Parliament, discusses his visit to Washington, the future of the OECD two-pillar tax plan, and the EU’s green initiative. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:DSTs ‘Back on Table’ if U.S. Doesn’t Adopt Pillar 1, MEPs SayEU Stays Focused on Pillar 2 Despite Pillar 1 DelaysPressure Mounts for EU Ministers on Pillar 2 AgreementEU Lawmakers Back Climate Plans but Challenges RemainFollow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Tax Notes reporter Benjamin Valdez discusses the Florida legislation eliminating Disney's special tax district, what led to its passage, and what to expect in the future. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Federal Judge Dismisses Taxpayers' Suit Over Disney District BillFlorida Taxpayers Sue Over Disney Tax District DissolutionFlorida Governor Signs Bill to End Disney's Special Tax DistrictFlorida Bill to Eliminate Disney’s Special Tax District Goes to GovernorFlorida Governor Seeks to End Disney’s Special Tax DistrictFollow us on Twitter:Benjamin Valdez: @benmvaldezDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**For more information about the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship, visit our press release at taxnotes.com/fellowship.This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Tax Notes reporters Paul Jones and Nathan Richman discuss the $141 million settlement over Intuit’s TurboTax Free Edition program and the potential tax break for Intuit. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:TurboTax Settlement May Open the Door to Huge Tax BreakIntuit, States Enter Settlement Over ‘Free File’ ScandalGAO: Taxpayer Use of Free File Waned After Intuit’s ExitIntuit’s Ad Campaign for ‘Free’ Tax Software Draws FTC IreIntuit to Exit Free File AllianceIntuit Fails to Secure Injunction in Tax Prep 'Bait-and-Switch' FightIntuit Free File Arbitration Strategy BackfiresNew York Governor Calls for Investigation of Tax Return PreparersIn our “In the Pages” segment, Allison Christians, the H. Heward Stikeman Chair in Tax Law at McGill University in Montreal, chats about her Tax Notes piece, “Let the GILTI/GLOBE Games Begin.” Follow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Elodie Lamer and Nana Ama Sarfo of Tax Notes discuss the tax implications of golden visas and passports, which allow affluent foreigners to receive residency or citizenship in exchange for a minimum level of investment. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:EU Commission Proposes Thorough Examinations of Golden VisasEU Commission Steps Up Legal Fight Over Maltese Golden PassportsEU Commission Wants to Revoke Golden Passports of Putin AlliesEU Considers Strengthening Security Checks of Golden Visa HoldersItaly and NGOs Call for Open Wealth Registry to Target RussiansAnalysis: Tax Incentives Among the Lures Targeting Digital NomadsVanuatu’s Golden Passport Regime Endangers Agreement With EUEU Greenlights Malta's Plans for Tackling Tax AvoidanceFollow us on Twitter:Elodie Lamer: @ElodieLamerNana Ama Sarfo: @nanaama_sarfoDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**For more information about the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship, visit our press release at taxnotes.com/fellowship. This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Timothy Noonan of Hodgson Russ LLP discusses how some states tax remote employees and the effect of temporary pandemic tax changes. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Bill Seeks to Shield Teleworkers From St. Louis's Earnings TaxAnalysis: The Pandemic’s Tax Fallout ContinuesRemote Work Complicates Employer Tax Compliance, Pressures States to Revise RulesNew York Remote Work Rules Clash With COVID-19 Realities, Experts SayIn our “In the Pages” segment, Doug Borg, a manager in the Washington office of RSM US LLP, chats about his coauthored Tax Notes piece, “Puerto Rico Resident Exemption to Be Focus of IRS Audit Campaign.”Follow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Beth Viola and Nicole Elliott of Holland & Knight discuss the latest clean energy tax proposals and the likelihood of their passage in Congress. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Bipartisan Energy Bill May Focus on Carbon Capture CreditsAnalysis: Low-Carbon Hydrogen Credits Break ThroughGreen Tax Credits Spotlighted in State of the UnionFollow us on Twitter:Marie Sapirie: @mariesapirieDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by the District of Columbia Bar. For more information, visit dcbar.org.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Valeria Tarasenko of Dentons Kyiv discusses the Ukrainian government’s tax policy changes in response to the Russian invasion. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Ukraine Issues Guidance on Corporate Tax BenefitsArgentina Proposes Tax on Profits of Firms Benefiting From WarICRICT Calls on G-20 to Establish Global Asset RegistryNGOs Highlight Effectiveness of Taxing Russian EnergyBipartisan Bill Targets Foreign Tax Credits in RussiaUkraine Considering Tax Increases for MNEs With Ties to RussiaOECD Expects More Information Requests as War in Ukraine RagesIn our “In the Pages” segment, Robert van Brederode, the founding partner of BrederodeTax LLC, chats about his Tax Notes International article, “Ethical Equilibrium in Taxation.” Follow us on Twitter:Sarah Paez: @PaezWritesDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by the District of Columbia Bar. For more information, visit dcbar.org.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig discusses the current state of the tax agency, including the paper return backlog, technology improvements, and hiring updates. Listen to the entire interview here: The State of the IRS with Commissioner Charles RettigFor additional  coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Rettig Warns Against New Info Reporting Rules Without FundingNew Tax Credits Blamed for Huge Number of 2021 Filing ErrorsNew Hiring Authority Paying Off for IRS, Rettig SaysTaxpayer Advocate Urges Rapid IRS Uptake of Paper-Scanning TechIRS Modernization Has Means but Not Funding, Rettig SaysRettig Makes a Big Backlog Pledge, Defends Audit PrioritiesFollow us on Twitter:Cara Griffith: @TaxCaraGriffithDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotesFor more about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.**This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by the District of Columbia Bar. For more information, visit dcbar.org.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Rohit Kumar of PwC discusses the Biden administration’s fiscal 2023 budget, explaining the new proposals and how the budget is different than the Build Back Better Act.For additional  coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:Tax Pros Eye Biden’s Estate Tax Plans, Shrug Off Billionaire’s Tax White House Seeks Double-Digit Increase in IRS FundingPlans for Taxing the Wealthy and Corporations Grow LargerTreasury Green Book Reveals Major Changes in Tax Goals In our “In the Pages” segment, Tony Santiago, the founder and president of TaxSearch Inc., chats about his series on the hiring and retention of U.S. tax professionals. Read the first article in his series, “Tax Hiring Outlook 2022.” Follow us on Twitter:Jonathan Curry: @jtcurry005David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by the District of Columbia Bar. For more information, visit dcbar.org.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Tax Notes reporters Jonathan Curry and Caitlin Mullaney set the record straight on 10 common tax myths. For more coverage, read Mullaney's article in Tax Notes, "#TaxTok Answers the Request for Easy-to-Understand Tax Info."Follow us on Twitter:Jonathan Curry: @jtcurry005Caitlin Mullaney: @MullaneyWritesDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotesFor more about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.**This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Marlene Nembhard Parker and Fabrizia Lapecorella discuss their partnership as the first co-chairs of the OECD inclusive framework on base erosion and profit shifting and speculate on the future of women leading international tax. For additional  coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:  OECD's BEPS Inclusive Framework Appoints New Co-ChairOECD Tax Standard-Setting Body Appoints New ChairFollow us on Twitter:Stephanie Soong Johnston: @SoongJohnstonDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Tax Notes reporter Andrew Velarde discusses the tax structure dispute in Whirlpool v. Commissioner and the case’s future implications for multinational companies. For additional  coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: No Full Court Rehearing for Whirlpool, Sixth Circuit SaysWhirlpool Agitated Over Attempt to Brand It a Tax CheatParts Manufacturer Sees Daylight Between Itself and WhirlpoolDOJ Urges Circuit to Reject Whirlpool’s Call for RehearingGroups Line Up to Warn Circuit About Whirlpool FalloutWhirlpool Wants Circuit to Give Branch Income Case Another SpinWhirlpool’s Circuit Court Loss Could Cost It $95 MillionIn our “In the Pages” segment, Gary Wilcox, a partner at Mayer Brown LLP, chats about his coauthored Tax Notes piece, “Will Jurisdictional Nexus Survive Chevron Step 1?”Follow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
Professor Richard Schmalbeck of Duke University Law School discusses college sports and taxation, including the potential effect of compensation for coaches and athletes on colleges’ tax-exempt status. For more, read Schmalbeck and Zelenak's paper, "The NCAA and the IRS: Life at the Intersection of College Sports and the Federal Income Tax."For related coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: Taxwriter Questions More Universities About Coaches' SalariesTaxwriter Questions Big Salaries of Two College CoachesListen to the episode mentioned: Taxing College Athletes After NCAA v. AlstonFollow us on Twitter:Robert Goulder: @RobertGoulderDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
Martin A. Sullivan, Tax Analysts’ chief economist, provides an overview of the U.S. economy before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, explaining the drastic increase in inflation and what is needed to curb it. For more, read Sullivan's article in Tax Notes, "Your Quick Guide to the COVID-19 Economy and the Future of Inflation."Listen to the episodes mentioned in this interview:Breaking Down the American Rescue Plan ActCountering the Coming Coronavirus RecessionFollow us on Twitter:Martin Sullivan: @M_SullivanTaxDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
Professor Adam Crepelle of the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School discusses the complicated tax relationship between U.S. states and Native American tribes.Listen to more Tax Notes Talk episodes from our critical tax theory series:Wealth, Inequality, and Taxes in the U.S.Feminism and the Tax CodeTaxes and the LGBTQ CommunityAddressing Racial Inequity in State and Local Tax PolicyThe Tax Code and Economic Justice in AmericaHow Racial Diversity Shaped U.S. International Tax PolicyIn our “In the Pages” segment, Tatiana Falcão, an international tax law consultant and policy adviser, chats about her Tax Notes series on cryptocurrency. Follow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
Pascal Saint-Amans discusses his decadelong tenure as the director of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration and what’s to come in the future. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: A Decade of Change: OECD Tax Chief Looks Back at 10 Years on the JobOECD Working to Cut Revenue Sourcing Complexity, Tax Chief SaysUncoordinated Climate Policies Risk Carbon Leakage, OECD WarnsCountries Must Unite on Carbon Pricing, OECD Tax Chief SaysConversations: Pascal Saint-AmansFollow us on Twitter:Stephanie Soong Johnston: @SoongJohnstonDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
Eelco van der Enden, the new CEO of the Global Reporting Initiative, discusses the growing environmental, social, and governance landscape and why tax is a necessary and important part of ESG reporting. For more, read Sarfo's article on van der Enden, "New GRI CEO Shares Vision on ESG Tax Disclosures."In our “In the Pages” segment, Steven Wlodychak, the former indirect state and local tax policy leader for EY, chats about his upcoming Tax Notes piece, “State PTE Tax Updates: Agency Guidance and Even More Differences!” Follow us on Twitter:Nana Ama Sarfo: @nanaama_sarfoDavid Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by the the American Bar Association Tax Section. For more information, visit ambar.org/taxnotes.This episode is sponsored by the UC Irvine School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program. For more information, visit https://ce.uci.edu/?utm_source=TNM&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=2022taxnote.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
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