The Bookstein Institute has published Volume 8 (Spring 2018) of the Tax Development Journal (TDJ). The TDJ is an innovative forum for intellectual discourse on emerging issues for tax practitioners and policymakers, combining tax expertise with scholarly discussion to provide timely, insightful and important contributions in a broad array of tax areas. The authors and articles in Volume 8 are as follows:
John Balian (CSUN), Rafael Efrat (CSUN), Scott Plunkett (CSUN), Steven L. Jager (CSUN) and Hector Nolasco (Oklahoma State). An Evaluation of a University-Based, Pro Bono Tax Services Program for Low-Income Taxpayers, 8 Tax Dev. J. (2018).
Michael Gentile (Davis Wright Tremaine). Proposed Computational Framework for Internal Revenue Code Section 199A, 8 Tax Dev. J. 20 (2018).
Rob Razani (CSUN). To "Net Value" or Not To "Net Value"? That is the Question: A Discussion of the Proposed Net Value Regulations — Their Purpose, Utility, and Future, 8 Tax Dev. J. 32 (2018).
Jay Katz (Robert Morris University). Tax Return Reform: Entity-Specific Fiduciary Income Tax Returns Would Bring Substance to the Form, 8 Tax Dev. J. 56 (2018).
We welcome submissions of articles for consideration throughout the year. Submission guidelines can be found at: https://www.csun.edu/bookstein-institute/submissions