Federal Bar Association Tax Section Writing Competition

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Last month PT celebrated its 1,000th post and its 2,000th comment. One aspect of the success of the site is that we are occasionally asked to post an announcement because of the number of readers who look at PT. Today, we are happy to comply with a request from the Federal Bar Association Tax Section to publicize its writing competition.

The website for the competition is here. The rules for the competition can be found here and a flyer about the competition can be found here. Effective writing skills will serve any budding tax attorney well. This is a great competition and winning would provide quite an honor (in addition to cash and a trip to D.C.)

We encourage eligible students to write on tax procedures issues and suggest that they can find many good topics from the posts on this blog.

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