Cash prizes will be awarded for the winning paper ($5,000), first runner-up ($2,500) and second runner-up ($1,500). Appropriate recognition will also be given to the faculty sponsors of winning papers. The Foundation may, in its discretion, decide to split prizes or award additional prizes. Provided that the first-prize paper has not been published or accepted for publication elsewhere, the Foundation has arranged for the publication of such paper in The Florida Tax Review (subject to the normal review and editorial processes of that journal).
1st place: $1,000 and a certificate of achievement
2nd place: $500 and a certificate of achievement
The winning entry in the competition will receive a $3,500 cash prize and an opportunity to be published via the Association’s website.