I’ve received a lot of feedback about notifications for my weekly column on Bloomberg Tax. I agree that it would be much more useful if you could get a ping every time it goes live. Unfortunately, that functionality is not yet available (though, sit tight, because some things are in the works).I have been posting the links on Twitter (@taxgirl), Facebook (@taxgirl), and LinkedIn (@taxgirl). I would encourage you to consider a follow on one of the social media platforms – the tax communities on social are so fantastic – but I appreciate that not everyone has the bandwidth, mentally or otherwise, to participate. As a workaround, I’ll be posting the link to my column each week here – on Taxgirl – so that my readers can easily find my column. The column does live on Bloomberg Tax, but it is outside of the paywall. You don’t have to be…

https://player.captivate.fm/episode/ad3040d4-51c3-479c-a624-cb4edb998b1d/ The recent agreement on a global minimum tax, and other changes to tax rules around the world, have called into question the future of tax competition. Each year, The Tax Foundation puts out its International Tax Competitiveness Index. The Index seeks to measure the extent to which a countries’ tax system adheres to important aspects of tax policy. Among so many changes and the global minimum agreement, is the annual index still relevant today?  International tax policy is heating up in the wake of the OECD’s global minimum tax agreement. Listen to Kelly and Daniel Bunn tease out the details of tax competitiveness and the global tax agreement in plain English. On today’s episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Daniel Bunn to discuss the relevance and nuance of the International Tax Competitiveness Index. Daniel is the VP of Global Projects at The Tax Foundation, where he…

https://player.captivate.fm/episode/70e9edc8-e2cb-4448-adee-febd744ea6d6/ In April, Kelly announced the first Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Insights student writing competition. The contest sought to highlight the very best of student writing. A panel of judges from the Bloomberg Tax team scored and reviewed every entry, and the winners from schools around the globe represent the best young talent in the tax profession. The best and brightest young tax students submitted topical writing to Bloomberg Tax earlier this year. Today, Kelly speaks with two of the winners about their tax writing and commentary. On today’s episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by two student winners of the 2021 Bloomberg Tax writing competition: Elliot Bramham and Travis Nix. Elliot is a student at the University of East Anglia. Travis is a student of tax law at Georgetown Law. His tax commentary has been featured in Tax Notes, Fox News, National Review, and the Chicago Tribune. …

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