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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

SJSU MST's Contemporary Tax Journal publishes Spring/Summer 2013 issue

I'm proud to announce the publication of the 4th issue of the student-run, online journal of the San Jose State University MST Program. You can find the journal here (current and past issues):

Here are the topics covered in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue:

  • 100th Anniversary of the 16th Amendment 
  • Research Credit: A Journey of Uncertainty
  • Nonqualified Use of Principal Residence 
  • A Tax Haven in the Friendly Sky?
  • Apple's Big Win Highlights Uncertainty in Valuing Tech Investments
  • Seeking articles - see our submissions policy
  • Summaries from the 28th Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute
  • Summaries from the TEI-SJSU Tax Policy Conference - Tax Reform: Status, Needs and Realities
  • Transferability of the Research Tax Credit
  • Return of the 20% Capital Gains Rate for Certain High Income Individuals 
  • Surtax on Millionaires 
  • Excessive Compensation - How Much is Too Much? 
  • Increase and Make Permanent the Research Tax Credit 
  • Preferential Treatment of Capital Gains
  • Repeal of the Inclusion of Social Security Benefits in Gross Income 
  • Dan Kostenbauder, VP Tax Policy, Hewlett Packard Company 
  • Fred Silva, Senior Fiscal Policy Advisor, California Forward  
There are wonderful pieces here - I hope you'll take a look!  Thank you!! 

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