Nathan Goldman Discusses How Board Member Involvement Impacts Tax Risks
Nathan Goldman, assistant professor of accounting, was recently featured on the BDO in the Board Room Podcast Series where he discussed his recent research study, Board Risk Oversight and Corporate Tax-Planning Practices. Goldman collaborated on the study with Mark Beasley, professor of accounting at Poole College; Christina Lewellen, assistant professor of accounting at Poole College; and Michelle McAllister of Northern Arizona University.
One of the key takeaways is when board members get involved in understanding tax strategy, corporate tax burdens go down.
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