Oct 21, 2021
Christina Lewellen, assistant professor of accounting, breaks down the importance of tax planning strategy as well as the potential savings and non-tax costs that can cause strategies to go awry.
Oct 12, 2021
Poole Professors Nathan Goldman and Christina Lewellen take a closer look at the global minimum tax rate.
Jul 12, 2021
Companies incorporate in tax havens to improve their bottom lines, but investors are leery of the risks.
Jun 9, 2021
In this Poole Thought Leadership article, accounting professors Nathan Goldman, Christina Lewellen and Andrew Schmidt discuss the article and provide context to its findings.
May 3, 2021
Poole College of Management’s assistant professor of accounting, Nathan Goldman, and lecturer, Erynn Stainback, consider the potential incremental tax revenues that Apple will generate with its 3,000 jobs.
Apr 12, 2021
Companies with more overseas workers ‘artificially’ shift earnings there to reduce what they pay in US taxes.
Apr 7, 2021
What are the major changes affecting the accounting profession now? Learn from Scott Showalter, director of the Jenkins Master of Accounting Program.
Apr 1, 2021
The pandemic has been bad for business, but it hasn’t necessarily been bad for U.S. state tax revenues; in fact, 22 states saw tax revenues increase during 2020. These outcomes ran counter to estimates made during the year, but a new analysis from researchers at NC State and the University of Texas at Dallas reveals one…
Mar 11, 2021
By Nathan C. Goldman and Christina M. Lewellen With President Biden signing the latest COVID-19 stimulus package into law in mid-March of 2021, the topic of direct payments to taxpayers…
Feb 17, 2021
Eileen Taylor and Paul Williams combined forces to edit The Routledge Handbook of Accounting Ethics, a unique compilation of diverse perspectives that examines the ethical complexities of accounting across time and culture.