Talking Tax and Finance is an ongoing video series of brief conversations with experts in tax policy and tax administration.

Over the course of the series, we’ll provide a balance of viewpoints from soliciting comments from experts with diverse experiences and backgrounds. We look forward to a robust and thoughtful conversation around ideas that can potentially streamline, simplify, and improve the tax system. We hope that you’ll share your thoughts with us and with everyone who comes to our Tax and Financial Center site. We want this to be a robust dialogue and we want you to be a part of it.

Elaine Maag

Elaine Maag shares insights on new research on income volatility with implications for income tax filing and liabilities.

David Williams

Intuit’s Chief Tax Officer recaps some of the highlights from a year of tax policy discussions, including conversations with experts on topics ranging from tax and regulatory reform to small business finances.

Aparna Mathur

Aparna Mathur, resident scholar in economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, speaks about the potential positive impacts of comprehensive tax reform including corporate tax reform, on the U.S. economy, worker wages, and increased investment.

Hector Barreto

Hector Barreto, Chairman of the Latino Coalition, shares his thoughts on retirement planning in the Hispanic community.

Joe Huddleston

Joe Huddleston of Ernst & Young and former Executive Director of the Multistate Tax Commission and Former Commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Revenue, speaks on the potential impact of Federal tax reform on the States.

Hector Barreto

Hector Barreto, Chairman of the Latino Coalition, discusses the financial challenges facing Hispanic-owned small business.