June 17, 2022
Tax Analysts announced today that it has once again been recognized by The Washington Post as a Washington, D.C. Top Workplace for 2022 — the fourth consecutive award for the organization. Top workplace winners are chosen based on employee survey responses, which are compared against industry benchmarks.
May 10, 2022
Today Tax Analysts is proud to announce a partnership with the American Bar Association Section of Taxation to launch the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship. This new two-year fellowship offers practicing tax attorneys the opportunity to work in public interest tax law with a public interest nonprofit organization or government entity (the sponsoring organization). For the inaugural year of this fellowship, the sponsoring organization will be La Posada Tax Clinic in Twin Falls, Idaho.
February 2, 2022
Tax Analysts announces today that it has been awarded Energage’s 2022 Top Workplaces USA award. Top Workplaces are chosen based on an engagement survey measuring employee feedback, which is then compared with industry benchmarks.
October 21, 2021
Tax Analysts announced today that Energage has named it a national Top Workplace for culture excellence in the areas of remote work, employee well-being, and professional development.
September 27, 2021
Tax Analysts is proud to introduce a new comprehensive research tool for transfer pricing, Tax Notes Transfer Pricing Center. This innovative new tool is a dedicated resource for transfer pricing news, rules, and guidance, drawing on materials from the OECD, the United States, the United Nations, and government agencies worldwide.
July 28, 2021
Tax Analysts today announced that David Kautter and Nina E. Olson have joined its board of directors effective immediately. Kautter was the Treasury assistant secretary for tax policy and served as acting IRS commissioner from November 2017 until October 2018; Olson was the national taxpayer advocate from March 2001 until July 2019 and is the executive director and founder of the Center for Taxpayer Rights.
June 18, 2021
Tax Analysts announced today that The Washington Post has named it a Washington, D.C. Top Workplace for 2021; this is the third consecutive recognition for the organization. Top workplace winners are chosen based on employee survey responses, which are compared against industry benchmarks.
April 23, 2021
Tax Analysts is proud to announce that it is replacing its Federal Research Library with a new and improved research platform, Tax Notes Research. This new platform is a federal tax law library that provides free access to the Internal Revenue Code, regulations, and many other primary source documents.
January 28, 2021
Tax Analysts is proud to announce that it has earned Energage’s 2021 Top Workplaces USA award. This is the inaugural year for Top Workplaces USA, built on Energage’s 14-year history surveying more than 20 million employees across 54 markets for their regional Top Workplaces awards.
January 22, 2021
Professional services leader joins forces with nonprofit to make federal tax law library easily accessible to the public.
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.
JANUARY 6, 2016
Today, Tax Analysts and its leader, Christopher Bergin, received praise in a report to Congress from the national taxpayer advocate.
December 10, 2015
A young whistleblower, a litigant on constitutional issues in state taxation, and a Treasury deputy assistant secretary have something in common -- they were all recognized by Tax Analysts for their influence on tax policy in 2015.
September 24, 2015
Tax Analysts, the nonprofit provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, and Reed Smith LLP will co-host a panel examining pending federal legislation that will affect state tax policy.
FEBRUARY 8, 2016
But even if Shuster (R-Pa.) can massage his measure through the House — over the objections of appropriators, as well — our pal Kaustuv Basu at Tax Notes reported that the Transportation chairman might face even more static in the Senate.
JANUARY 29, 2016
Sales taxes are inconsistent: Decisions about what is and isn't subject to state sales taxes are often highly subjective, if not plain "goofy" as Tax Analysts deputy publisher David Brunori put it.
January 14, 2016
The plan’s removal of the interest deduction could be a big problem for the financial services industry, Martin Sullivan of Tax Analysts wrote last year.