Pittsburgh Tax Review

Welcome to the web home of Pittsburgh Tax Review (PTR)! We recently published the first Issue of our 15th Anniversary Volume for the 2017-18 academic year. Our second Special Anniversary Issue featuring Student Notes and personal essays of our former and current Editors-in-Chief is currently in production.

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Included in the 15th Anniversary Volume is/will be:

Fall 2017:

Henry Ordower, The Expatriation Tax, Deferrals, Mark to Market, the Macomber Conundrum and Doubtful Constitutionality

Steven Hodaszy and Gregory Krivacek, Learning the Hard Way: Deciphering the Correct Tax Treatment of Graduate Education Benefits for University Faculty

Steven M. SheffrinWhat Role Can Desert Play in Designing Tax Policies?

Spring 2018:

Gwenyth Gamble Jarvi, Thank Hefner Erectile Dysfunction is a Medical Condition: A Period Piece

Shriram T. Eachambadi, Leave It to the Feds – Eliminate the State And Local Income Tax: Proposing a Move Toward a Single-Layer Income Tax System

Danielle Santoro, Chicago Citizens Unamused by Chicago's Expanded Amusement Tax