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June 15, 2015

Tax Analysts Introduces New Column: In the Trenches

Tax Analysts, the independent, nonprofit provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, is introducing a new monthly column, In the Trenches.

June 9, 2015

Tax Analysts Introduces New Column: Moving Forward?

Tax Analysts, the independent, nonprofit provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, is introducing a new monthly column, Moving Forward?

June 9, 2015

Tax Analysts Introduces New Column: Revenue Matters

Tax Analysts, the independent, nonprofit provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, is introducing a new monthly column, Revenue Matters

Media Mentions

JULY 10, 2015

Three questions about Congress' newest idea for tax reform

The Washington Examiner

"If you ask a baker, 'what was the cost of the eggs that went into the cake?' she could tell you down to the penny," Tax Analysts chief economist Martin Sullivan told the Washington Examiner in a recent interview. "But if you asked a baker, 'what are the incomes from those eggs?' it's very difficult to even comprehend what that means."

JULY 1, 2015

Jeb Bush Releases 33 Years of Tax Returns

The Wall Street Journal

“It’s either poor tax planning or very good political planning,” Mr. Thorndike said, referring to the overall tax rate. “It’s surprising to me that a guy involved in partnerships and LLCs hasn’t been able to structure his affairs more tax efficiently.”

JULY 1, 2015

Budget and tax: A few last takeaways on Bush’s taxes, and could tax policy have led to Puerto Rico’s troubles?

The Washington Post

They quote Joseph Thorndike of Tax Analysts who questions how Bush wound up paying so much: “It’s either poor tax planning or very good political planning,” Thorndike told the WSJ. “It’s surprising to me that a guy involved in partnerships and LLCs hasn’t been able to structure his affairs more tax efficiently.”