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Monday, June 11, 2012

SJSU MST Journal Spring 2012 issue released

I am proud to announce that the San Jose State MST journal - The Contemporary Tax Journal, continues into its second year with the release of the Spring 2012 issue. This is a student run, online journal with pieces from SJSU graduate tax students and others.  We seek articles from tax professionals, academics and graduate students on current tax topics. Articles are blind, peer- reviewed.

Topics in the Spring 2012 issue:
  • New Reporting Requirements for Foreign Financial Assets
  • Can Employees Deduct Meals and Gifts for Co-workers?
  • IRS Still Battling "Abusive Tax Shelters" 25 Years Later
  • 2012 CPA Day at the Capitol
  • Tax Reform and Incentives for Innovation
  • Summaries from the 27th Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute
  • Tax Policy Analysis - Increase in Standard Mileage Rate for Certain Charitable Work
  • Tax Policy Analysis - Election by Certain Individuals to Have Their Income Tax Return Prepared by the IRS
  • "Tax Maven" interview - Larry Langdon - Partner, Mayer Brown; Former Commissioner LMSB at IRS 
 Please take a look -
You can read the journal online with flipping pages (click on the photo on the website) or pdf files are also posted.

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