National Tax Association

Upcoming Events and Announcements

2014 FTA Revenue Estimation & Tax Research Conference

September 27 - October 1, 2014 
Drury Plaza Hotel San Antonio Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX

Joint FTA-NTA Session will be held on 8:30am on Sept. 30th 

Conference on Tax Systems

The Office of Tax Policy Research at the University of Michigan; Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation
Oxford; October 9-10, 2014

 

Tulane University's Murphy Institute and Dept. of Economics Conference:  "Expanding the Frontiers of Behavioral Public Economics" 

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA October 24, 2014


2014 107th Annual Conference on Taxation

Santa Fe Convention Center, Eldorado Hotel, Santa Fe, NM; November 13-15

Conference Registration and Hotel Details

Opportunities for Graduate Students

NTA Next Generation Session: Deadline July 31, 2014
NTA Poster Sesssion: Deadline September 30, 2014

Program
Optional Activities

 

Federal, State, and Local Budgets in Jeopardy: A Conference on America’s Fiscal Future

Indiana University’s School of Public & Environmental Affairs May 1-2, 2015.  
Call for papers: Deadline December 1st, 2014 

 

 More Europe or More Subsidiarity?

Walter Eucken Institute, Freiburg (Germany) May 15-16, 2015.
Call for Papers: Deadline November 1, 2015

 

Announcements

 
Position Announcement 
Executive Director
National Tax Association
  

The National Tax Association (NTA) seeks to fill the position of Executive Director

The NTA is a professional, nonpartisan educational organization of tax professionals. It is the oldest and broadest of professional associations in the field of taxation and public finance. Members consist of analysts and practitioners in the field of taxation and public finance including members in academia, business, government and the non-profit sector. The Executive Director is responsible for carrying out the policies and procedures established in NTA Bylaws and by the actions of the Board of Directors. Duties include strategic planning, oversight of the NTA office located in Washington, DC, the organization of the Annual Conference and Spring Symposium, organization of special conferences, preparing and monitoring the budget, general financial oversight, and communication with the officers, board, and general membership. The Executive Director also oversees the general operations of the National Tax Journal in cooperation with the editors.

 

Advanced degree in economics, law, accounting, public policy or related field and 10 years of professional experience required. Additional requirements include an established record of tax policy research or experience in tax administration, experience with budget management and excellent communication skills. Desired qualifications include experience with fundraising and development, personnel management, conference planning, website design, and active participation in a membership organization as a board member or officer.

 

The Executive Director position is part-time. An effort designation between 20-50 percent will be assigned based on candidate qualifications and interest. A detailed statement of the position description and the NTA Bylaws are available upon request.

 

This position will remain open until filled. Please forward a letter of interest and resume or curriculum vitae to natltax@aol.com

 

 
Gene Steuerle's new book, Dead Men Ruling, has just been published.

Steuerle argues that these seemingly separable economic and political problems are actually symptoms of a common disease, one unique to our time. Despite the despairing claims of many, Steuerle points out that we no more live in an age of austerity than did Americans at the turn into the twentieth century with the demise of the frontier. Recognizing this extraordinary but checked potential is also the secret to breaking the political logjam that—as Steuerle points out—was created largely by now dead (or retired) men.
NTA members are eligible for a discount by using code KCD4 if purchased directly with the distributor. Contact Gene for a larger group discount on bulk purchases.

 

 

 

NTA Contact Information

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