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THE PROPOSED SECTION 385 REGULATIONS: BRILLIANT TAX POLICY OR TAX POLICY MISSTEP?

Please join us on Thursday, October 13th at 6:00 PM in Vanderbilt Hall, room 210 for a panel discussion titled “The Proposed Section 385 Regulations: Brilliant Tax Policy or Tax Policy Misstep?”, co-hosted by the NYU Graduate Tax Program and […]
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