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Open Letter of Concern from 264 Accounting Academics Regarding Including Financial Accounting Income in the Tax Base

UNC Tax Center Research Director Jeff Hoopes and MIT Sloan School of Management Accounting Professor & UNC Tax Center Academic Fellow Michelle Hanlon sent a letter to Congress that was cosigned by 264 fellow accounting and tax academics. Read the letter and learn why this group thinks taxing book income is a bad idea.


Demystifying Blockchain & Cryptocurrency

Join us on Wednesday, December 8th from 11 am to 12:40 pm ET for the CPE EVENT #4: Demystifying Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies. Register today and use promo code UNCTW4.


UNC Tax Center Leadership Council

On November 5th, the UNC Tax Center Leadership Council met at the Rizzo Center in Chapel Hill to network and help inform and plan Tax Center initiatives and events. We welcomed 7 new members and 12 returning members to this important group of UNC alums and Tax Center advisors.


Ed Maydew participates at the PhD Project's Annual Conference and Application

Ed Maydew, Senior Executive Director of the Tax Center spoke at the UNC PhD Project Conference on November 18th. It is a 3-day networking conference, connecting doctoral students, business school representatives, professors and sponsor organizations.


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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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