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This event is invitation only. The 27th Annual UNC Tax Symposium will be held at the Rizzo Center in Chapel Hill on Friday, April 12th and Saturday morning, April 13th.

This event is invitation only. The seminar exposes students of all backgrounds to current tax research and is designed for students from doctoral programs without a Ph.D. tax seminar. Students learn the fundamentals of tax research, and some might wind up adding tax to their set of research interests.

Knowledgeable speakers will discuss state and federal tax policy issues and their legal implications. Our keynote speaker will be Internal Revenue Service Commissioner and UNC Alumnus, Danny Werfel.

In its 26th year, the University of North Carolina Tax Symposium is designed to bring together leading scholars from economics, accounting, finance, law, political science and related fields who share a common interest in current tax research.

This event is invitation only. The seminar exposes students of all backgrounds to current tax research and is designed for students from doctoral programs without a Ph.D. tax seminar. Students learn the fundamentals of tax research, and some might wind up adding tax to their set of research interests. The doctoral seminar is sponsored by the KPMG Foundation.

At this 1st annual event, nine prominent tax experts will discuss a broad array of federal and state tax policy issues, with a special session devoted to professional responsibility/ethics.

Join the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center and the UNC Tax Center for their annual convening, this year held virtually, on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

In its 25th year, the University of North Carolina Tax Symposium is designed to bring together leading scholars from economics, accounting, finance, law, political science and related fields who share a common interest in current tax research.

This event is invitation only. The seminar exposes students of all backgrounds to current tax research and is designed for students from doctoral programs without a PhD tax seminar. Students learn the fundamentals of tax research, and some might wind up adding tax to their set of research interests. The doctoral seminar is sponsored by the KPMG Foundation.

Join us for this 4th in a series of webcasts jointly hosted by the UNC Tax Center and the AICPA. UNC’s Tax Center Leadership Council members Louise Reed and Ed Cook will join UNC economics and finance professor Eric Ghysels to help unravel the mysteries of blockchain and discuss the practical implications this technology is having on accounting and business.