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Section of Taxation: INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY TAX COMMITTEE

Section of Taxation:
INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY TAX COMMITTEE


Message From The Chair




Welcome to the Individual and Family Taxation Committee (IFTC).

The IFTC focuses on the numerous tax issues that individuals and families face navigating the Internal Revenue Code during significant life events such as marriage, divorce, sending children to school, daycare, health, retirement, investments, and employment. We do this by providing expert CLE programs for our members at each of the three annual Tax Section meetings and by providing updates on current developments as well as commenting on proposed Treasury Regulations, IRS Forms and Publications, and proposed legislation. The May meeting in Washington, D.C. is especially informative because of the attendance of IRS representatives as well as members of Treasury, Judiciary, and the office of the National Taxpayer Advocate. Tax Section meetings are terrific opportunities to network with other Section members and government representatives.

We welcome all new members. We encourage you to become involved and to share with us your ideas for future programs, webinars, and government comments. I encourage you to register with our listserv for messages from the Committee and to interact with other members throughout the year. Feel free to reach out to me at any time about leadership opportunities and to share your ideas about issues that should be explored by the committee at phyllis@eselaw.com. I look forward to meeting you at one of our Tax Section meetings!

Phyllis Horn Epstein, Chair


Who We Are

The IFTC covers federal income tax laws pertaining to individuals and families. Our active membership includes practitioners who represent individual clients in a variety of contexts - from tax planning to tax controversies. We pride ourselves on our collegiality and willingness to help each other get the best result for our clients. Our committee meetings are a great place to network and share ideas with fellow practitioners. In addition, our committee includes numerous notable academics that keep us up to date on new developments in the tax law and enrich our understanding of tax policy.

We welcome all new members and volunteers, and encourage young attorneys to become involved.


Committee Materials from Recent Meetings

Did you know thousands of pages of cutting-edge committee program materials are available to you as a Tax Section member? These documents contain analysis of the latest federal tax policy, initiatives, regulations, legislative forecasts, and planning ideas developed by the country's leading tax attorneys and government officials. Access these materials now.

Join Us


Leadership

Chair:

Epstein, Phyllis

Vice-Chair:

Beck, Joshua

Committee Roster  


Committee and Section Future CLE Programs

Section Events

    Affordable Care Act Implementation Issues Impacting Individuals and Families

    09/09/2015-09/09/2015

    The 2015 filing season was the first in which the Affordable Care Act impacted individual taxpayers tax returns. The panel will discuss problems encountered by both taxpayers and the IRS during this filing season. The panel will also discuss recently issued guidance and provide information on representing ...

    2015 Joint Fall CLE Meeting

    09/17/2015-09/19/2015
    Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers
    Chicago

    Chicago, IL welcomes the ABA Section of Taxation and the Trust and Estate Law Division of the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law to the 2015 Joint Fall CLE Meeting, September 17-19, 2015!Join us and take advantage of the opportunity to meet with the countrys leading attorneys and government ...

    Everything (Well, Most Things) You Need to Know About Taxation of Domestic Captives

    09/22/2015-09/22/2015

    Everything (Well, Most Things) You Need to Know About Taxation of Domestic Captives


Recent Tax Section Comments Worked On By Committee


Taxpayer Assistance Involving Committee


Other Committee Work Product

Modified by Phyllis Epstein on July 20, 2015

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