Do you have an original take on current events and issues in tax practice and policy—but you’re not yet a tax professional? Apply for the Bloomberg Tax Insights Competition 2022. This writing competition is the perfect opportunity to show off your work: The competition is intended to highlight the very best of student writing.
Here’s how it works. Write an article addressing a timely tax policy issue. They’re looking for a thoughtful analysis, not a news or legal summary. Pick a topic, take a position, and explain why it matters in the tax world. For example, you could focus on reporting foreign assets for U.S. taxpayers, sticking points for crypto transactions, or analyzing challenges related to enforcing the OECD’s Pillars One and Two. You can choose anything as long as it’s tax focused and policy oriented.Table of Content
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They will publish the winning entry—and maybe some other standouts—this summer as one of their Bloomberg Tax Insights. And new this year, the student with the winning entry will also receive a one-year subscription to Bloomberg Tax so as not to miss any tax news and updates.
Here’s what else you need to know:
Our Bloomberg Tax editorial staff—along with some special guests—will review entries without your identifying information. We’re looking for a fresh point of view that shows a clear understanding of tax policy. Your paper should be convincing, thoroughly researched, and well-written.
Email all entries with “Student Submission” in the subject line to [email protected]. Send the entry in plain text, either as a text file or typed directly in the body of the email or as a PDF. No other attachments or formats will be accepted—and don’t send any zip files.
Include your full name, your school’s name, and your email address at the end of the entry—they will redact this information for their judges, so this placement is critical.
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