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Tax Analysts Included in Washington Post Top Workplaces for Washington, D.C., in 2020

June 15, 2020

Today, Tax Analysts is proud to announce that The Washington Post has named it a Washington, D.C. Top Workplace for 2020. This is the third time that Tax Analysts has been recognized as a top workplace in the greater Washington area. The Washington Post bases its list on employee survey responses, with 24 factors covering the seven key areas of alignment, effectiveness, connection, management, employee engagement, leadership, and the basics.

Tax Analysts’ core values include respect for the individual, integrity, and work-life integration. To that end, the organization offers a casual work environment, relaxed dress code, family-friendly policies (including being pet-friendly), and a flexible atmosphere that caters to the needs of working professionals. This contributes to the spirit of collaboration and innovation that makes Tax Analysts a place where talented individuals come together to produce great work. Employees make the most of competitive salaries, a health-driven wellness program with an increased influence on mental health, and a generous benefits package. At Tax Analysts, employees can pursue a fulfilling career and still have time for other priorities such as family, travel, and giving back to the community. “Simply put, our people are the driving force behind what makes Tax Analysts an amazing place to work,” said President and CEO Cara Griffith.  “We are beyond proud to be designated two years in a row as a top workplace by The Washington Post.”

Tax Analysts has continually been recognized for its tireless advocacy for transparency in tax systems around the world. Tax Analysts is also recognized for its Tax Notes portfolio of products; it is the first source of essential daily news, analysis, and commentary for tax professionals whose success depends on being trusted for their expertise.

In addition to comprehensive and impartial coverage of federal, state and local, and international tax news, Tax Notes features commentary and analysis that contributes important voices to the discussion and understanding of tax policy and administration. Tax Notes also offers several research and reference tools, as well as specialized services focusing on exempt organizations, state tax audit guidance, and international tax treaties.

If you are interested in learning more about The Washington Post’s list of Washington, D.C. Top Workplaces for 2020, you can find the full list here. For more information on working with Tax Analysts and for current job openings, visit the Tax Analysts careers page.

For questions or to speak with someone at Tax Analysts, please contact Stephen Roberts at or 703-533-4635.


About Tax Analysts
Tax Analysts is the non-partisan, nonprofit organization that publishes the Tax Notes portfolio of products, the leading multimedia source of breaking news, in-depth analysis, and insightful commentary on tax administration and policy. Founded in 1970, Tax Analysts has the industry’s largest tax-dedicated correspondent staff, with more than 250 domestic and international correspondents. Tax Analysts provides essential tax news and analysis daily for more than 150,000 tax professionals in law and accounting firms, corporations, government agencies, and academic institutions worldwide. Key products include Tax Notes FederalTax Notes Today FederalTax Notes StateTax Notes Today StateTax Notes International, and Tax Notes Today International.