American Taxation Association Newsletter

Spring 2018

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Letter from the President

Greetings!

I hope the new academic year is going well for all of you.

Over the summer, one of the first tasks as President is to assemble committees. Without hesitation, everyone accepted the invitation to participate and serve on one or more committees. I extend a heartfelt “Thank you!” to all of you. The ATA is truly an amazing group of individuals, who continually support each other to disseminate tax knowledge.

Many of us enjoyed reuniting at the AAA annual meeting in San Francisco. Special thanks to Kirsten Cook and his committee for organizing an excellent group of ATA sessions, as well as...

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ATA News

It is with great sadness that we share the news that Ed Outslay passed away on May 20, 2019 at age 67. Ed was the Deloitte/Michael Licata Endowed Professor of Taxation at Michigan State University's Broad College of Business.

To read the announcement from Michigan State University, please CLICK HERE.  Ed was also a longtime assistant coach for the East Lansing High School baseball team. Read more HERE.