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IFA

What is the In­ter­na­tional Fis­cal As­so­ci­ation (IFA)?

The In­ter­na­tional Fis­cal As­so­ci­ation (IFA) was es­tab­lished in 1938 with its headquar­ters in the Neth­er­lands. It is the only non-gov­ern­mental and non-sect­oral in­ter­na­tional or­gan­isa­tion deal­ing with fis­cal mat­ters. IFA has now nearly 12,000 mem­bers out of more than 100 coun­tries. In many coun­tries, there are IFA branches es­tab­lished. Every year, an an­nual con­gress is or­gan­ized, which takes place in dif­fer­ent cit­ies throughout the world.

IFA Aus­tria

IFA Aus­tria is the Aus­trian branch of the IFA con­sist­ing of all IFA mem­bers res­id­ent in Aus­tria. It rep­res­ents their in­terests within the IFA and helps to sup­port the ob­ject­ives of the IFA in Aus­tria.

Ex­ec­ut­ive Com­mit­tee

  • Pres­id­ent: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Mi­chael Lang

  • Vice-­pres­id­ents:

    • Dipl. Ing. Mag. Friedrich Rödler

    • Dr. Wolfgang Seitz

    • Mag. Re­in­hard Leit­ner

  • Ex­ec­ut­ive Com­mit­tee Mem­bers:

    • MR Prof. Dr. Helmut Loukota

    • RA Dr. Franz Hel­bich

    • DDr. Hans Zöch­ling

    • Univ.Prof. DDr. Hans Georg Ruppe

    • Dr. Ro­land Rief

    • Dr. Karl Bruck­ner

    • Univ.-Prof. Dr. Mag. Josef Schuch

    • Univ.-Prof. Dr. Claus Staringer

    • Min.-Rat Dr. Heinz Jirousek

    • Dr. Ralf Kron­ber­ger

    • Dr. John Neill

    • Mag. Horst Bergmann

    • Dr. Di­eth­ard Strausz

An­nual IFA Con­gress

IFA seeks to achieve these ob­jects through its An­nual Con­gresses and the scien­ti­fic pub­lic­a­tions re­lat­ing thereto as well as through scien­ti­fic re­search. Al­though the op­er­a­tions of the IFA are es­sen­tially scien­ti­fic in char­ac­ter, the sub­jects se­lec­ted for the con­gress take ac­count of cur­rent fis­cal devel­op­ments and changes in local le­gis­la­tion.

Wolfgang Gassner Science Prize

IFA Aus­tria an­nu­ally of­fers the Wolfgang Gassner Science Prize for hab­il­it­a­tions, dis­ser­ta­tions, dip­loma thesis and other scien­ti­fic pa­pers in the field of In­ter­na­tional tax law. This prize is awar­ded in the form of spon­sor­ship prizes and schol­ar­ships for at­tend­ing the an­nual IFA con­gress.

Mem­ber­ship fee

IFA Aus­tria has more than 400 mem­bers.

There are dif­fer­ent mem­ber­ship fees de­pend­ing on the type of mem­ber­ship:

  • Nat­ural Per­sons:
    (IFA and IFA Aus­tria)
    € 105,- per year

  • Young­ster Mem­bers:
    (IFA and IFA Aus­tria; younger than 30 years)
    € 50,- per year

  • Legal per­sons and part­ner­ships:
    (IFA and IFA Aus­tria)
    € 265,- per year

  • Sup­port­ing mem­bers:
    (IFA and IFA Aus­tria)
    € 575,- per year
    Sup­port­ing mem­bers are men­tioned in the cor­res­pond­ence of the Aus­trian Branch of IF.

  • Cor­res­pond­ent mem­bers of the IFA Aus­tria:
    € 30,- per year
    cor­res­pond­ent mem­bers may at­tend all events of the Aus­trian branch of the IFA for free (ex­cep­tion: Tax Law Sum­mer Con­fer­ence and ECJ Con­fer­ence), but are not mem­bers of the IFA.

IFA Folder 2018
IFA Folder 2018