Tax Analysts is honored to be recognized for its family-friendly workplace, animal-friendly policies, excellent publishing content, and world-renowned tax policy economists, editors, historians and writers.



Tax Analysts' Brian Bardwell recently won the Society of Professional Journalism DC Chapter Dateline Award for Investigative Journalism. He also received an Honorable mention in the National Press Club's recent journalism contest.
Amy Hamilton, Andrew Velarde and Stephen Cooper with Tom Kasprzak and Kaustuv Basu were also finalists in the Society of Professional Journalism awards.
Tax Analysts was selected for the 2016 Best of Falls Church Award in the Printing & Publishing category by the Falls Church Award Program. Each year, the Falls Church Award Program identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. 

Lee Sheppard was named one of the Global Tax 50 for 2015. The Global Tax 50 is International Tax Review's list of the top 50 individuals and organizations that have had the most impact on tax policy, practice and administration in the last year.

Lee Sheppard

Colette Brooks was selected as a winner of an Executive Management Award. The EMAs recognize the achievements of the Mid-Atlantic’s top management all-stars. As an EMA winner, she was profiled in the March/April issue of SmartCEO magazine and honored with her fellow award winners at the Executive Management Awards reception in March 2015.


Care Award
Tax Analysts is a recipient of a 2015 CARE Award, presented by Northern Virginia Family Service to companies that are responsive to the needs of their employees.

Tax Analysts was named to Washingtonian’s list of 5 Top Dog-Friendly Workplaces
CPA Practice Advisor Announces 2015 "40 Under 40" Accounting Professionals--Jeremy Scott

“This year’s 40 Under 40 honorees are among the best and brightest talent in the accounting profession. They are all active in the professional community, as well as in their local communities, where many are small business owners and employers. Many are also frequently seen at industry trade shows, such as AICPA PS/Tech and state CPA society events, giving seminars or participating in round table discussions on evolving practices and technologies. These are the voices of today that are shaping the profession of tomorrow.”

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