Tax Exchange Cases
Change in Accounting Method
Retirement Income Planning
Bootstrap Purchase and Sale of a Business
Debt/Equity Issues in an International ContextPartnership Taxation
S Corporation Taxation
Estate and Gift Taxation
Property Dispositions by Individual Taxpayers
Expensing versus Capitalization of Business Expenditures
Taxation Over Time and Tax Clienteles
Goodwill in Mergers and Acquisitions
Trademarks and Goodwill in Mergers and Acquisitions
Income Shifting using a Sales-leaseback Transaction
Income Tax Footnotes
Revaluing deferred tax items
Stock Option Compensation
Ray M. Sommerfeld Outstanding Tax Educator Award Winners
2013 Anne Christensen, Montana State University
2012 Thomas Omer, Texas A&M University
2011 Ed Schnee, University of Alabama
2010 Shelley Rhoades-Catanach, VillanovaUniversity
2009 Bryan Cloyd,Virginia Tech
2008 Gene Seago,Virginia Tech
2007 John O. Everett, Virginia CommonwealthUniversity
2006 Douglas A. Shackelford, University of NorthCarolina, Chapel Hill
2005 Terry Shevlin, University of Washington
2004 Edmund Outslay, Michigan State University
2003 Silvia Madeo, University of Georgia
2002 Anna Fowler, University of Texas
2001 Jack Kramer, University of Florida
2000 Sally Jones, University of Virginia
1999 James E. Wheeler, University of Michigan
1998 No award made
1997 Jane O. Burns, Texas Tech University
1996 N. Allen Ford, University of Kansas
1995 G. Fred Streuling, Brigham Young University
1994 Donald H. Skadden, University of Michigan
1993 Ray M. Sommerfeld, University of Texas atAustin
To ATA Members and Visitors,
If you attended the AAA Annual Meeting you know we had an excellent ATA representation in research sessions and panels. I want to thank Steven Savoy (Chair), Andrew Finley (Vice Chair), and the 33 members of the Annual Meeting Program Committee for all of their work in planning this program. By all accounts it was a huge success! Thanks to each of you for your service.
If you did not attend the AAA/ATA Business Meeting, all ATA committee reports are finalized and should be available on the website soon. Please take a few moments to review them and apprise yourself.
The 35th Annual American Taxation Association (ATA) Midyear Meeting
February 23-25, 2023
The Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC
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We promise a diverse and cutting-edge program in the heart of our nation’s capital! Please join us in fostering lifelong CONNECTIONS and experiencing new LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES. The 2023 Midyear Meeting Planning Committee is planning a great program.
SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN!
Reminder: Please be sure to follow the Submission Instructions for the Journal Conferences included in each call.
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