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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Pepperdine Law Review Symposium: Tax Advice for the Second Obama Administration

Tax Advice for the Second Obama AdministrationIn a break from my regularly scheduled thoughts on co-religionist commerce, I wanted post about the Pepperdine Law Review's upcoming symposium Tax Advice for the Second Obama Administration.  Pepperdine Law actually has the two most important ingredients for a winter tax symposium: my colleague - the Tax Prof - Paul Caron, and, of course, the malibu sun .  The line up for the conference is fantastic so if you can make it to malibu (and everyone should at some point make it to malibu), I strongly recommend attendance.  Hope to see you there!

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I wholeheartedly agree, it can be a very personal thing to some (although I personally would not be against divulging this specific information, since the personal nature is somewhat curbed by the fact that we all make the same amount and "work" for the same people on the scholarship; ask me in 10-15 years when I'm on my own in private practice, and that would be another story), which is why I didn't directly ask for people's tax return amounts, but certainly that would be the most conclusive I'd think, aside from waiting for my own tax return next year. If anyone is comfortable with sharing their tax return amount via PM, it would be much appreciated.

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