The 4th International Conference on Taxpayer Rights
Taxpayer Rights in the Digital Age: Implications for Transparency, Certainty, and Privacy
The 2019 two-day conference will explore the role of taxpayer rights in the digital age, and the implications of the expanding digital environment for transparency, certainty, and privacy in tax administration.
Panel discussions will focus on the following and more:
- Taxpayer bills of rights around the world, and the foundation of taxpayer rights in human rights
- Taxpayer rights and establishing global common threads
- Big data, privacy and tax administration
- Impact of administrative guidance on taxpayers
- The role of “whistleblowers” in tax administration
This conference connects government officials, scholars, and practitioners from around the world to explore how taxpayer rights globally serve as the foundation fro effective tax administration.
Conference registration closes Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 5:00 PM EST. Onsite registration will not be available.
The conference is hosted by the University of Minnesota School of Law and sponsored by Tax Analysts and American College of Tax Counsel, with technical assistance by International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation.
Registration includes access to all conference sessions on May 23-24, 2019, continental breakfast and lunch each day, coffee breaks, a welcome reception on May 22, 2019, and reception dinner on May 23, 2019.