The International Fiscal Association is now giving students with good writing skills, opportunity to be a part of its International Tax Student Writing Competition open for 2021. This contest has been made available by IFA with the motive of encouraging emerging writers in the country and providing them with a platform to showcase their talent. Both full and part-time students seeking a graduate degree such as J.D., L.L.M., S.J.D, M.S.T., MTA, Masters of Taxation, or similar program are invited to take advantage of this opportunity. If you do have writing talent and desire to turn your hobby of writing into a beneficial career, then this IFA International Tax Student Writing Competition can be the right starting point for you.
This year’s competition requires all candidates to write down an essay on any topic regarding the U.S. taxation of income from international activities, including taxation under U.S. tax treaties. The essay, which reflects the theme well and is creative, will be succeeded in impressing the judges. The winners of the program will get a $2,000 cash prize and an expenses-paid invitation to the IFA USA Branch Annual Meeting to be held in Washington, April 2022. This contest seems the right opportunity for students to take their writing skills to the next level and refine them. Students will not only receive recognization if they win this contest but also financial support and be a part of the IFA meeting where they can learn from professionals, gain experience and form good relationships with reputed people.
IFA is also recognized as the International Fiscal Association, formed in 1938 as the non-governmental and non-sectoral international organization dealing with fiscal matters. The idea behind the establishment of this organization is to study and advance international and comparative law regarding public finance. It has around 12,500 members from 110 countries and is operating branches in 66 countries.
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Who May Be Eligible
This program will benefit full or part-time students pursuing a degree at the graduate level (J.D., L.L.M., S.J.D, M.S.T., MTA, Masters of Taxation, or similar program).
How to Apply
To apply for this program, candidates will have to write down an essay on any topic related to U.S. taxation of income from international activities, including taxation under U.S. tax treaties. The submission must be transmitted by e-mail as a Microsoft Word or PDF attachment to all members of the Reviewing Committee. These are, alphabetically by last name:
- William Byrnes, email@example.com
- Tracy Kaye (Chair), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lori McMillan (Vice-Chair), email@example.com
- Skip Patton, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Adam Rosenzweig, email@example.com
- Mitchell Weiss, firstname.lastname@example.org
No more than five papers may be submitted by students from the same school or university for the Competition;
- Each submitted paper must be sponsored by a professor of the student;
- Each submitted paper must include a cover page displaying:
- Title of the article;
- Name, educational institution and class, address, phone number and e-mail address of the submitting student; and
- Name, address, phone number and e-mail address of the faculty sponsor.
Applicants will be awarded a $2,000 cash prize based on the quality of their essay. The author of the winning submission will also get the chance to attend the 2022 Annual Meeting of the IFA USA Branch to present the prize. Registration fees, domestic travel, and accommodations will be funded. Candidates don’t need to spend money to cover these expenses.
Applications will close on September 30, 2021. Send your entry as early as possible to secure the best place for you in this program.