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Paul Caron joined the Pepperdine faculty in 2013 after serving as the D & L Straus Distinguished Visiting Professor in the spring semesters in 2010- 2013. He previously was Associate Dean of Faculty and Charles Hartsock Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. Professor Caron is one of the leading entrepreneurial tax scholars in the country.

Retired U.S. Tax Court Judge Sentenced To 34 Months In Jail For Tax Fraud While She Sat On The Court

Friday, June 23, 2017

Retired U.S. Tax Court Judge Sentenced To 34 Months In Jail For Tax Fraud While She Sat On The Court

Following up on my previous posts (links below): Minnesota Lawyer, Former Tax Judge Sentenced to Prison for Tax Fraud:

Former Minnesota Tax Court Judge Diane Kroupa is headed to prison for — wait for it — tax fraud.

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Thomas Reviews Hayashi’s The Tax Effects Of Refund Anticipation Loans

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Thomas Reviews Hayashi’s The Tax Effects Of Refund Anticipation Loans

Kathleen DeLaney Thomas (North Carolina), Are Tax-Time Financial Products Good for the Poor? (JOTWELL) (reviewing  Andrew Hayashi (Virginia), The Effects of Refund Anticipation Loans On the Use of Paid Preparers and EITC Take-up (2016)):

The conventional wisdom about refund anticipation loans, at least among many academics, is that they are predatory lending products that benefit big businesses at the expense of the poor.

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<strong>Pareja:&nbsp;&nbsp;<em>The Problem With Using Advanceable, Income-Based Tax Credits To Subsidize Health Insurance</em></strong>

Mary Leto Pareja (New Mexico), Inviting Everyone to the ACA (Risk) Pool Party: The Problem with Using Advanceable, Income-Based Tax Credits to Subsidize Health Insurance, 20 Fla. Tax Rev. 551 (2017): The year 2014 marked the first opportunity for American taxpayers to receive subsidized health insurance through the Affordable Care…… Read more

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