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2021 NTA Annual Conference Goes Virtual

              Dear Fellow NTA Members,    I am writing today to let you know that the 2021 November NTA Annual Conference will be changed from an in-person conference to a virtual conference. I send this note with considerable sadness because I know that our membership has expressed a strong desire… Read more »

COVID-19 Policy for the NTA 2021 Annual Conference

After a window of significant optimism, the spread of the delta variant has again raised worries about travel and in-person conference events. Here we explain the planned COVID policies for the NTA 2021 Annual Conference, and also explain the decision-making process that will take place as the situation evolves over the coming months. The current… Read more »

NTA Strategic Planning Survey

Dear NTA Member, The NTA Strategic Planning Survey is now closed. Thank you for your participation! As President of the NTA, I urge you to participate in the NTA Strategic Planning Survey. This survey is being sent by email to the entire NTA membership, and we are hoping for a high response rate. The survey… Read more »

Graduate Students

NTA Encourages Your Professional Development The National Tax Association (NTA) is committed to developing the next generation of tax policy experts. We have a number of initiatives specifically for graduate students and young professionals. Please contact Taylor Lewis with questions or to get involved at Membership The NTA offers a discounted student membership of… Read more »

110th Annual Conference Accommodations

110th Annual Conference Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia City Center 237 South Broad Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107-5686 Directions Reservations at the Conference Hotel NTA has reserved a block of rooms at the DoubleTree at the rate of $219.00 (+15.50% tax) per night. The conference rate is available until the room block is fully booked or… Read more »

Public Policy and Administration, University of Kentucky

Martin School of Public Administration The Martin School of Public Administration at the University of Kentucky seeks applicants for a tenure track position in the area of public finance/public financial management beginning August 2017. We will consider candidates at the assistant, associate, and full professor levels.

Applied Microeconomist, CBO

Tax Analysis Division 15-02 APPLIED MICROECONOMIST The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. The Tax Analysis Division is seeking an economist to conduct research and analyses on a broad range of federal tax policy issues. The Tax Analysis Division is responsible for providing… Read more »