FALLS CHURCH, Va. – Tax Analysts, the nonprofit provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, today announced that Sam Young will serve as the new editor of Worldwide Tax Daily, Tax Analysts’ daily online publication dedicated to international tax news, analysis, and commentary.
In his new role, Young will work closely with academics and tax practitioners on news commentary to continue to enhance Worldwide Tax Daily’s leading coverage of international tax issues.
“Sam has a great understanding of the timely, accurate, and comprehensive news our international readers expect, and he knows how to bring out the best in a reporting and editing staff,” said Meredith Fath, editor in chief of Tax Analysts’ federal and international publications. “Most importantly, he has the leadership skills to bring Worldwide Tax Daily and its content to the next level to better serve our readers’ needs in this technical yet fast-paced legal environment.”
Since joining Tax Analysts as a legal editor in 2006, Young has written many news stories on federal tax issues focusing on health and welfare plans, insurance, and exempt bonds. He has reported on IRS hearings and tax and accounting conferences. Young has also summarized litigation for the Exempt Organization Tax Review, Tax Analysts’ publication covering tax-exempt organizations. He holds a BA in history from Williams College and a JD from the University of Virginia Law School.
For more information or to schedule an interview with Young, please contact Shaima Cardillo at 703-531-4852 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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