Reach a Global Audience
In addition to reaching a select readership via Tax Notes' global publishing platform, you can raise your profile in the tax community by having your writing promoted on our social media platforms and being able to appear on our flagship podcast, Tax Notes Talk.
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Become part of a writing community that includes influential members of Fortune 100 companies and top academics and practitioners worldwide.
Be Represented in Top Tax Research Tools
Be represented in one of the largest tax ecosystems and archives in the industry, including the database, to link and cite the IRC, tax cases, regulations, and more.
Take Your Writing to the Next Level
Work closely with a knowledgeable staff of experienced, professional editors who focus only on tax to meet your publishing needs.
HOW IT WORKS
The Editorial Process
Once an article and all supplemental materials are submitted via the submissions page, our editors review the submission.
An editor will notify the author(s) whether the article has been accepted or rejected. We generally don't provide substantive feedback for rejected articles, although, we may suggest revisions and resubmission.
Our editors undertake a more thorough review of the article and make changes consistent with our internal style guidelines, formatting constraints, and readability considerations, as well as check for citation errors. We provide the author(s) with a page proof or galley of the final article before publication.
Outside Author Agreement
All authors must sign an outside author agreement before publication and may choose to retain copyright. We will email you a digital copy of the agreement to sign.
An editor emails you a link and PDF of your article in Tax Notes once published. We encourage authors to share their work on social media and to tag Tax Notes on LinkedIn and Twitter. For requests to republish or repost the article, click here.
Editors' Tax Topics Wish List
Check out the subjects our commentary editors are looking for in our magazines this winter to inspire your next submission to Tax Notes. Read the full wish list.
Tax Notes Federal
Tax Notes Federal goes beyond the news with expert commentary, analysis, and special reports on federal tax issues.
BY EDITOR IN CHIEF
Partnership and other passthrough taxation
Dispute resolution and penalties
Estate, gift, and inheritance taxes
Tax Notes State
Thousands of tax practitioners in the United States rely on Tax Notes State for comprehensive state and local commentary and analysis.
BY EDITOR IN CHIEF
Tax Notes International
With authors in more than 180 countries, Tax Notes International brings you in-depth analysis and commentary on tax issues around the world.
BY EDITOR IN CHIEF
Ongoing developments with pillars 1 and 2
WRITING FOR TAX NOTES
- Monte A. Jackel
Jackel is a tax expert with over 40 years of practical experience that includes time at the Big Four, national law firms, and most recently, special counsel to the IRS Chief Counsel. He currently serves as an adjunct professor at the the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law.
Writing for Tax Notes has both enhanced my exposure to the national tax community and increased my knowledge on the subjects I have written about over the many years.
- Kathleen K. Wright
Wright is the director of the State and Local Tax Program at Golden Gate University School of Taxation in San Francisco. She has a private tax practice in representation and small business tax planning and consulting. Wright has been elected to the board of trustees for the California CPA Education Foundation and the executive advisory board for the Franchise Tax Board. Most recently, she was appointed to the California Board of Accounting.
Name recognition comes with being an author for such a widely distributed and read journal as Tax Notes.
- Bruce Zagaris
Zagaris has worked in tax controversy matters, including representing many governments, international organizations, entities, and individuals for decades. He regularly appears as an expert witness in international tax, financial regulatory, and money laundering cases. Zagaris has authored and edited six books and serves as an adjunct professor at several law schools in and outside the United States. He is currently a partner at Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe LLP in Washington.
Writing for Tax Notes early in my career has enabled me to develop a career focusing on public policy.
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