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Who Leaked the Trump Tax Returns?


The New York Times isn’t offering any hints as to who their source was, but an informal survey of accounting researchers reveals a few possibilities.


A Mountain of Trees - Brief Thoughts on the Trump Tax Returns


Trump’s leaked tax information provided the public some insights into his finances, but leave many questions unanswered.


What if a Rogue IRS Employee Leaked Trump’s Tax Returns?


Thanks to IRC §7213A, taxpayers whose returns were subject to unauthorized disclose or inspection may be eligible to receive damages from the federal government. Determining the amount of these damages is no simple task.


Good Job, IRS (No, Really)


With the release of Trump’s tax returns, there has been plenty of speculation on who leaked the documents. The IRS is an unlikely culprit given its focus on data security.


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UNC Kenan-Flagler established the UNC Tax Center in 2001 to build bridges between tax scholars, policymakers and practitioners who share an interest in evidence-based tax research. Leveraging partnerships with other leading universities and tax policy think tanks, the UNC Tax Center helps develop future tax researchers and provides forums for practitioners, policymakers and academics to examine important tax policy issues.

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