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Happy Holidays From The UNC Tax Center!


If the gingerbread man wears pants, what are the sales tax nuances and complications?
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2021 Tax Center Highlights


Continuing Professional Education Events

We hosted three CPE webcasts in partnership with the AICPA. Thanks to all the members of our alumni leadership council who helped make these events a success. Click the links below to watch the webcast recordings.


› Federal Tax Policy: Navigating the New Political Landscape
› 2021 International Tax Outlook
› Demystifying Blockchain & Cryptocurrency


Leadership Council

We welcomed 19 new and renewing tax industry leaders to the UNC Tax Center’s Leadership Council. This important group of alumni advisors and supporters convened in Chapel Hill for our first in person gathering since 2019.


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Policy events and initiatives

We continued our work of building bridges between academics and policymakers to promote sound tax policy.


› 4th Annual UNC Tax Center and Tax Policy Center Conference
› Hoopes Weighs In on Warren’s Real Corporate Profits Tax
› WSJ highlights UNC Tax Center Research Director Jeff Hoopes and Academic Fellow Michelle Hanlon


Research events and more

We were busy all year, but here are just a few more highlights. Be on the lookout for our newsletters arriving monthly starting in 2022.


› We hosted the 24th Annual UNC Tax Symposium
› We welcomed our new UNC Tax Center Research Scholar John Gallemore
› Senior Executive Director Ed Maydew presented at the Black Technology Ecosystem Investor Certificate Program


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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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