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Richard Eaton Slitor

financial consultant , economist.

Richard Eaton Slitor, American financial consultant, economist. Member American Economics Association, International Institute Public Finance, Royal Economics Society, National Tax Association Beta Kappa, Chi Phi.; Club: Harvard (Washington).

Background

Slitor, Richard Eaton was born on July 1, 1911 in St. Paul. Son of Ray Francis and Nelle (Eaton) Slitor.

Education

Student, U. Wis.

Career

Instructor, tutor economics Harvard, 1934-1941, Radcliffe College, 1940-1941. Associate professor, department chairman economics and business administration Mount Union College, 1941-1942. Economist div. tax research Treasury Department, 1942-1949.

Assistant director tax advisory staff Secretary of Treasury, 1949-1951, taxation specialist, 1951-1953. Fiscal economist, tax analysis staff United States Treasury, 1953-1961, chief business taxation staff, assistant director, office tax analysis, 1961-1972. Head Richard E. Slitor Associates, from 1972.

Federal executive fellow Brookings Institution, 1963-1964. Visiting professor economics U. Massachusetts, 1967-1968. Consultant National Commision on Urban Problems, 1967-1968, Colombian Commission on Tax Reform, 1968, Committee for Economics Development, 1970-1971, Research and Development Corporation, 1972-1974, Advisory Commission Intergovtl.

Relations, 1973-1975, Environmental Protection Agency, 1976-1979, Council Environmental Quality, 1976-1977, Federal Reserve System, 77-78, National Education Association, 1980-1982, others.

Works

  • Author articles and books on taxation.

Membership

Member American Economics Association, International Institute Public Finance, Royal Economics Society, National Tax Association Beta Kappa, Chi Phi. Club: Harvard (Washington).

Connections

Married Louise Bean, December 24, 1937. Children: Prudence Van Zandt (Mistress.

father:
Ray Francis Slitor

mother:
Nelle (Eaton) Slitor

spouse:
Louise Bean

child:
Prudence Van Zandt (Mrs Slitor