Jay Soled

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Professor
Office Location: 
WP 904
Office Phone: 
973-353-1727
Academic Info
Education: 

LL.M., New York University School of Law; Taxation
J.D., University of Michigan Law School
B.A., Haverford College; Political Science & Sociology

Expertise: 

Corporate, Individual, Partnership, International and Transfer Taxation

Professor Soled has contributed articles to several journals, including the Journal of Taxation, Notre Dame Law Review, Boston College Law Review, Arizona Law Review, American Journal of Tax Policy, Virginia Tax Law Review, Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal, Brigham Young University Law Review, Wake Forest Law Review, and Georgetown University's Tax Lawyer. Soled’s interests include enhancing tax compliance and simplifying the Internal Revenue Code.

Some of his publications can be found at the Social Science Electronic Publishing website.

 

Faculty Insights

Rutgers Business School News

Faculty Insight: Jay Soled on what change he would make to the tax code

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Professor Jay Soled, a tax attorney and Director of the Master of Accounting in Taxation Program at Rutgers Business School was interviewed by reporter John Kieran from CardHub.com, about common tax questions in their “Ask the Experts” series. More ›

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Rutgers Business School News

Faculty Insight: Misperceptions on estate tax detracting from worthwhile revenues for United States

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Professor Jay Soled, a tax attorney and Director of the Master of Accounting in Taxation Program at Rutgers Business School weighs in on new estate tax legislation. More ›

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Faculty Insight: Court ruling suggests taxpayers obtaining MBA as means to enhance existing career may be able to deduct tuition expenses

Monday, February 22, 2010

The Tax Court has recently rendered a decision that, in some instances, supports the deductibility of MBA tuition expenses.  More ›

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