Newswise — Tax Day is fast approaching and Financial Literacy Month is underway. The George Washington University has experts to discuss personal and national tax and finance issues.
GW’s Flash Studio can accommodate live, remote or taped television and radio interviews.
Annamaria Lusardi is the academic director of the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center at GW. Dr. Lusardi is a leading expert on financial literacy and financial education. She can discuss any aspect of financial literacy including saving, debt and retirement.
David Brunori, research professor of public policy and public administration, is an expert in state and local tax policy. He can comment on the nuances of local taxes as well as state and local tax and budget politics.
Joseph J. Cordes, professor of economics, public policy and public administration, and international affairs, is an expert on tax and budget policy. He can comment on tax compliance and personal income tax preparation.
Robert Stoker, associate professor of political science and public policy and public administration, is an expert on tax and social policy. He can comment on tax incentives and the interaction between social programs and taxation.
Karen B. Brown, the Donald Phillip Rothschild Research Professor of Law, is an expert on taxation. She can comment on federal income tax, corporate tax and international tax. Ms. Brown also is a former trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division.
Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, is an expert on tax policy. He can comment on the federal income tax and tax reform.