Indiana University took first place among nine student teams at the Deloitte FanTAXtic national case study competition, a tax business simulation contest held at Deloitte University. This year's case incorporated tax reform planning, challenging students to determine if a fictional company should continue as an S Corp or convert to a C Corp.
"I applaud all of the students that participated in this competition for their hard work and innovative thinking to solve this year's business case challenge," said Steve Kimble, chairman and CEO, Deloitte Tax LLP in a news release. "These students are truly getting a real-world experience that introduces them to the possibilities of a career in tax, and they have the opportunity to showcase their technical proficiency and bold ideas to deliver outstanding solutions."
The other teams that participated were: Fordham University, University of Nebraska, North Carolina State University, University of Northern Iowa, Texas A&M University, and the University of Utah.
By J. Mark Howell President and Chief Executive Officer, Conexus Indiana
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