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April 15, 2015
2015's States with the Best & Worst Taxpayer ROI
WalletHub
David Brunori was featured as an expert.
March 27, 2015
Dog Friendly Work Places!
FOX5-DC
Tax Analysts was interviewed as a follow-up to being named one of Washingtonian's 5 dog-friendly workplaces in the DC area.
March 18, 2015
Producer of Latest Bond Film Denies Mexico Changed Script
ABC News
Earlier, the website Tax Analysts said leaked emails indicated that Mexico made suggestions on the nationality of an actress and the villain, the villain's intended victim and some film shots. Implicitly, Mexico's incentives for the film were at stake, it said.
March 17, 2015
Did Sony score $20M from Mexico for new Bond film?
CBS This Morning
Among the requests reported by taxanalysts.com, Mexico asked the filmmakers to showcase "modern Mexico city buildings." It also wanted the villain character to not be Mexican, but the actress playing Bond Girl "Estrella" should be a known Mexican actress.
March 4, 2015
Tax Incentives Are Forever – Wacky Tax Wednesday
Avalara
I am indebted to Tax Analysts for their excellent article on this subject, which inspired this blog.
February 20, 2015
How ISIS makes (and takes) money
CNN
Drivers who want to move through a checkpoint must hand over cash. When it's used more and more, extortion can seem to a terrified and traumatized populace as a normal tax system, Joseph Thorndike, the director of Tax Analysts' Tax History Project, wrote in Forbes.
February 18, 2015
5 Dog-Friendly Workplaces in the DC Area
Washingtonian
Tax Analysts (Falls Church) Dogs are welcome everywhere—including into offices, where they’re usually greeted with treats—at this 180-person nonprofit that provides tax information. The company began allowing dogs in 2006.
January 23, 2015
The new hot tax debate: 529 plans — To reconcile or not to reconcile, that’s still the question — Tax reform dead? Shhh, don’t tell K Street!
Politico
Clint Stretch, senior tax policy counsel at Tax Analysts, sums it up: “You would hate to be the CEO or the corporate tax director who got to the [tax reform] party late.” Another reason they’re spending big on this: No one knows how to get into new Ways and Means Chairman Paul Ryan’s sphere of influence.
January 22, 2015
Tax Loopholes the President Left Out – for Now
The Fiscal Times
Other provisions Obama has trumpeted before, such as limiting corporations’ ability to deduct interest on debt or taxing large, publicly traded partnerships as corporations, will likely be back, says Martin Sullivan, chief economist at research firm Tax Analysts.
January 22, 2015
Tax Loopholes the President Left Out – for Now
MSN Money
Other provisions Obama has trumpeted before, such as limiting corporations’ ability to deduct interest on debt or taxing large, publicly traded partnerships as corporations, will likely be back, says Martin Sullivan, chief economist at research firm Tax Analysts.
January 21, 2015
Revamp business taxes to boost economy? Not so fast
Politico
“Corporate tax reform could definitely reduce economic growth — which is a shocker because the assumption is, understandably, that it must be good,” said Marty Sullivan, chief economist at the nonpartisan Tax Analysts.
January 11, 2015
Kansas tax cuts on trial amid huge budget deficit
CNN Money
"It's a great test case for the country," said Cara Griffith, editor in chief of news at the publisher Tax Analysts. "If I was a governor, I'd be watching very closely. Maybe the [tax-cut] package as a whole will fail, but maybe pieces of it will work."
January 5, 2015
'Miserable' tax season could be worst in years
CNN Money
"If the refund doesn't come, that's going to make them angry. This is dysfunction right in your face," said Christopher Bergin, president and publisher of Tax Analysts.
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