U.S. tax reform, the development of a more comprehensive model revenue agent report statute, and increased transparency in tax matters won recognition from Tax Notes, State Tax Notes, and Tax Notes International magazines in their upcoming December 18 issues.
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The American Bar Foundation (ABF), major universities, accounting and law firms, and Tax Analysts, the nonpartisan multimedia source of in-depth analysis and insightful commentary on tax administration and policy, will continue hosting tax reform panel discussions across the United States and in Europe this fall.
Tax Analysts, the only independent, nonpartisan multimedia organization dedicated to fostering an open and informed debate on taxation, today announced that David D. Stewart, editor in chief of Worldwide Tax Daily, has been honored by CPA Practice Advisor as a 2017 recipient of its annual 20 Under 40 Awards.
Tax Analysts, the publisher of Tax Notes and the only independent, nonpartisan multimedia organization dedicated to fostering an open and informed debate on taxation, announced today that Cara Griffith was appointed president and CEO immediately by its board of directors. She replaces Christopher Bergin.
Tax Analysts today announced the winners of its annual student writing competition for 2017.
To support tax education and encourage our future tax leaders, Tax Analysts sponsors an annual writing competition that enables students who win to publish a paper in Tax Notes, State Tax Notes, or Tax Notes International and receive a 12-month online subscription to all of these weekly magazines after graduation.
The American Bar Foundation (ABF) and Tax Analysts, the nonpartisan multimedia source of in-depth analysis and insightful commentary on tax administration and policy, announced today that they will host panel discussions around the nation on tax reform. ABF and Tax Analysts economists, historians, and policy experts will be available to provide reporters with unbiased and detailed analysis of various tax reform elements.
As Americans prepare for what could be the most significant debate in decades about revising America's tax system, Tax Analysts has unveiled a much-needed new resource that explains, tracks, and aids discussion on tax reform.