Rutgers tax professor op-ed featured in The New York Times

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Rutgers Business School professor Jay Soled was featured as a New York Times op-ed contributor in his piece "Filling Up on Your Dime," which he wrote with James Alm, professor and chair of economics at Tulane. Soled is a professor in the Accounting & Information Systems Department and Director of the Master of Accounting in Taxation Program at Rutgers Business School.

Rutgers Business School and Rutgers School of Law have combined talents to offer a premier program in the field of taxation to a select group of accountants and students.

The Master of Accountancy in Taxation gives professionals a competitive advantage in the field of taxation. It imparts a basic knowledge of the major technical, conceptual, and research issues in the area of tax and taxation, and provides training in the practical and procedural aspects of taxation. Students explore the ethical and legal obligations of practicing in the area of taxation.

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