The Kogod Tax Center's Letter Submission to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance - April 2015
In response to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance request for public comments on how to make the U.S. tax code simpler, fairer and more efficient, American University's Kogod School of Business Tax Center announced it is undertaking ground-breaking tax policy research to consider how the tax code can be overhauled to reflect the explosive growth of the "Uber economy" and the people who are driving.
These small business owners are "Emerging Entrepreneurs" that need a tax code and administration system that gives them maximum flexibility to grow their business and enhance their contributions to this dynamic new sector of the American economy.
The letter illustrates some of the problems Emerging Entrepreneurs are facing in the current filing season and urges the Senate Finance Committee to investigate these issues in connection with tax reform.
Bloomberg BNA's Daily Tax Report published the results of Kogod Tax Center's second tax policy survey. Conducted over a month-long period during the 2012 tax return filing season, it sought insights from an audience mostly comprised of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) about issues they are facing this year, such as those related to client relations, practice management, and changing tax laws and IRS rules. View the publication below.
Kogod Tax Center in Bloomberg BNA's Daily Tax Report
The Kogod Tax Center along with Bloomberg BNA's Daily Tax Report published the results of a survey conducted at the end of November 2011 regarding tax reform priorities for small business and medium to large enterprises. View the publication below.