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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Contemporary Tax Journal Publishes New Issue

Journal CoverThe San Jose State University Masters of Science in Taxation Program in the Lucas Graduate School of Business has published the fourth issue of The Contemporary Tax Journal (Volume 3, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2013)):

TAX ENLIGHTENMENTS

  • 100th Anniversary of the 16th Amendment  (pdf)
  • Research Credit: A Journey of Uncertainty  (pdf)
  • Nonqualified Use of Principal Residence  (pdf)
  • A Tax Haven in the Friendly Sky?  (pdf) 

ARTICLES

  • Apple's Big Win Highlights Uncertainty in Valuing Tech Investments  (pdf)
  • Seeking articles - see our submissions policy (here)

FEATURE

  • Summaries from the 28th Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute (pdf)
  • Summaries from the TEI-SJSU Tax Policy Conference - Tax Reform: Status, Needs and Realities (pdf)

FOCUS ON TAX POLICY

  • Transferability of the Research Tax Credit  (pdf)
  • Return of the 20% Capital Gains Rate for Certain High Income Individuals  (pdf)
  • Surtax on Millionaires  (pdf) 
  • Excessive Compensation - How Much is Too Much:?  (pdf)
  • Increase and Make Permanent the Research Tax Credit  (pdf)
  • Preferential Treatment of Capital Gains  (pdf)
  • Repeal of the Inclusion of Social Security Benefits in Gross Income  (pdf)

TAX MAVENS

  • Dan Kostenbauder, VP Tax Policy, Hewlett Packard Company  (pdf)
  • Fred Silva, Senior Fiscal Policy Advisor, California Forward  (pdf)

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