We once again invite you to provide our readers with unique insight, analysis, and commentary on the most pressing developments and issues within the tax community this spring and summer.
Check out the subjects our commentary editors are looking for in our magazines and on our digital platforms to spark your next submission to Tax Notes.
Tax Notes Federal Editor in Chief Ariel Greenblum welcomes articles on the following topics:
corporate taxation, including the new corporate alternative minimum tax, base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), and reorganizations;
partnership and other passthrough entity taxation;
estate and gift taxation;
tax implications of bankruptcy; and
tax issues specific to the armed services.
Tax Notes State Editor in Chief Audrey E.P. Pollitt is looking for articles on the following topics:
mergers, acquisitions, and reorganizations;
corporations and passthrough entities.
Tax Notes International Editor in Chief Jéanne Rauch-Zender would like to see articles on the following topics:
U.N. tax agenda;
environmental and energy taxation;
developing countries; and
discriminatory tax policies and what to do about them.
Acquisitions & Engagement Editor in Chief Paige Jones is looking for experts to appear on our podcast and video series and discuss the following topics:
the tax implications of digital currency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs);
tax and the metaverse;
the future of the tax industry;
intricacies of recent celebrity tax disputes; and
green energy tax credits.
Article submissions to all Tax Notes magazines are reviewed on a rolling basis. Our editors will review submissions on tax-related topics provided they are a final version and have not been published elsewhere. New issues of the magazines are available in print and online every week.
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