Tax Chat! is an online series of conversations with persons active in the field of taxpayer rights and tax administration. Guests hail from many different disciplines and backgrounds. Audience participation in encouraged.
Our next Tax Chat! will be held on 10 December, 2020, at noon Eastern Daylight Time (17:00 GMT and 18:00 CET). The theme of this upcoming Tax Chat! is the Economic Psychology of Tax Behavior. Our guest for this conversation will be Professor Erich Kirchler of the Department of Applied and Clinical Psychology at the University of Vienna, Austria. Erich developed the Slippery Slope Framework (SSF), which draws on economic and psychological insights to posit that tax compliance is an interaction between taxpayers and the tax authority – one that involves a dynamic relationship between the power and trustworthiness of the tax authority. In this Tax Chat! we will discuss tax psychology methodology, the Slippery Slope Framework, the impact of audits and penalties on tax compliance, and challenges for tax administration in the wake of the pandemic, among other topics.
December 10, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Venue: Tax Chat!
Tax Chat! conversations are held online via Zoom.