Tax Analysts provides analysis, commentary and tax news on all tax-related topics, including the latest developments in tax law.
Any tax law in the United States, whether federal, state, or local, by definition has gone through the legislative procedure. Tax Analysts consistently and promptly publishes all relevant developments regarding legislation and lawmaking affecting taxation. At the center of our coverage are stories by Tax Analysts’ reporting team, which covers a bill’s movement through the United States Congress from inception to signing, then through to enactment (for example, a small sampling of reporting related to 2014 tax extenders legislation includes "Senators Seek Changes After Wyden Releases Tax Extenders Mark," "Tax Extenders Package Clears Procedural Hurdle in Senate," and "Obama Signs Retroactive Tax Extenders Bill").
In addition to reporting, Tax Analysts publishes analyses of major tax law developments, for instance "Is It Time for a Permanent Research Tax Credit?," "Targeting Growth in Tax Reform," and "The Tax Reform Act of 2015: 10 Principles and 1 Hope."
Tax Analysts also publishes documents either containing, analyzing, or commenting on legislation, for instance bill text, laws as passed, Ways and Means summaries, Joint Committee on Taxation reports ("JCT Says Tax Extenders Bill Would Cost $84.9 Billion"), Congressional Research Service reports ("CRS Updates Tax Extenders Report"), Congressional Budget Office summaries and related press releases by legislators, the IRS and the Treasury Department, advocacy groups, and tax experts.