November 1, 2010
Tax Analysts' Martin A. Sullivan Predicts America's "Fiscal Collapse," Coming in Two Stages -- Column in This Week's Tax Notes Focuses on Stage One: Long-Term Decay
"It is undeniable that we are on the path to fiscal collapse," Marty A. Sullivan, a contributing editor to Tax Analysts, writes in the nonprofit's flagship publication, Tax Notes magazine.
October 8, 2010
Tax Analysts, the nonprofit provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, announced its launch today of a new column, State of the Tax Practice, written by frequent contributor Monte Jackel.
October 4, 2010
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September 22, 2010
Tax Analysts' flagship publication, Tax Notes, the longtime industry standard for federal tax news, commentary, and analysis, introduced Bruce Bartlett today as a regular contributor to the magazine. Bartlett's column will focus on a broad spectrum of tax and economic policy.
August 19, 2010
Tax Analysts today announced that it will collaborate with the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) and Tax Talk Today® on an online series of programs designed to educate tax practitioners, tax professionals, tax educators, and students.
May 3, 2010
Tax Analysts' flagship publication, Tax Notes, the longtime industry standard for federal tax news, commentary, and analysis, introduced Kip Dellinger today as a regular contributor to its biweekly column Policy Perspectives.
April 5, 2010
Proposed Tax Increases on Foreign Investment Could Hurt U.S.-Based Companies, According to Special Report in This Week's Tax Notes
President Obama’s fiscal 2011 proposals to raise taxes on foreign investment of U.S.-based companies by $122 billion over 10 years could restrict the growth potential of those companies, according to an Special Report in this week’s Tax Notes written by Barbara Angus, Tom Neubig, Eric Solomon, and Mark Weinberger of Ernst & Young LLP and Ernst & Young Global, and prepared in consultation with several U.S. based global companies.
March 5, 2010
Tax Notes Announces a New Regular Column: The Tax Controversy & Litigation Report; New Column to Provide Practice Perspectives for Practitioners
Tax Analysts' flagship publication, Tax Notes, the longtime industry standard for federal tax news, commentary, and analysis, introduced a new regular column today, The Tax Controversy & Litigation Report, written by contributor Charles P. Rettig.
January 25, 2010
State Tax Notes Announces "Practice Notes," a New Column to Help Practitioners With State Tax Issues
Despite budget problems that may grow worse this year, states and localities continue to offer tax credits and other incentives for businesses to relocate within their borders and create jobs, according to the inaugural issue of “Practice Notes,” a new column that appears in this week’s State Tax Notes.
January 11, 2010
State Tax Notes Magazine Picks Its All-Decade State Tax Team -- Michael Mazerov Heads List; Others Include William F. Fox, Art Rosen, Kendall Houghton, and Douglas L. Lindholm
The arrival of 2010 prompts a question: who were the most influential people in the state and local tax world over the last 10 years? State Tax Notes provides the answer in this week’s column by contributing editor David Brunori.
January 6, 2010
Tax Notes, the weekly publication on federal taxation, announced its “2009 Tax Person of the Year” — a whistleblower from Swiss banking giant UBS whom it called “the Benedict Arnold of the private banking industry.”