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July 17, 2014
Tax Analysts Experts Available to Comment on Corporate Inversions

Tax Analysts, the nonprofit, independent provider of tax news and analyses, has experts available to speak about corporate inversions.

June 30, 2014
Tax Analysts’ State and Local Tax Publications Introduce New Column: Raising the Bar

Tax Analysts, the independent, nonprofit provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, today announced the launch of a new column, Raising the Bar, written by legal editor Doug Sheppard.

June 18, 2014
Former Commissioner Gibbs Discusses the State of the IRS, Expresses Concerns About the Agency

Tax Analysts, the nonprofit, independent provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, today released a video featuring Lawrence B. Gibbs, former IRS commissioner and a member at Miller & Chevalier, and Christopher Bergin, president and publisher of Tax Analysts.

June 12, 2014
Tax Analysts Files Suit Demanding Transparency in California
Seeks Court Help to Force the California Franchise Tax Board to Provide Tax Audit Manuals

Tax Analysts, the nonprofit, independent provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, today announced that it has filed an initial complaint in the California Superior Court for Los Angeles County, asking the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) to comply with the California Public Records Act (CPRA) and disclose two forms used during audits.

May 29, 2014
Tax Analysts Releases Exclusive Article Examining Privately Circulated OECD Document

Tax Analysts, the nonprofit, independent provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, today released an exclusive article examining the OECD’s confidential copies of a revised draft on transfer pricing that have been released only to select stakeholders.

May 22, 2014
Tax Analysts Releases Exclusive Article Examining Australia’s ‘Secret’ International Tax Symposium

Tax Analysts, the nonprofit, independent provider of federal, state, and international tax news and analysis, today released an exclusive article examining the appropriateness of the Australian Treasury’s decision to solicit funding from accounting firms and professional organizations to host a symposium in Tokyo on the G-20’s tax agenda, and its decision to close the substantive sessions to the media.

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Press Mentions

  1. June 4, 2014
    US business heads fight global tax changes
    MSN Money

    Martin Sullivan, chief economist at Tax Analysts, said US companies have legitimate reasons to worry about double taxation. "But what we're talking about is profits that aren't subject to any tax," said Sullivan, a former US Treasury official. Businesses are avoiding the real issue at hand, he said: "Are we going to allow profits to be shifted into tax havens where they're exempt from tax? We have to ensure that this income is taxed at least once."

  2. May 30, 2014
    Ways and Means backs second batch of tax extenders — Reps to Camp: Remove LIFO repeal — What’s happening in the states?
    Politico

    Tax Analysts has an article out examining a revised OECD transfer pricing discussion draft that has not been officially released to the public.

  3. May 21, 2014
    Congress Should Promptly Enact Legislation to Help Close Tax-Driven Corporate 'Inversions' Loophole
    The Huffington Post

     "Over the last half decade, Pfizer has put all of its profits outside the United States despite high prices in the United States, more than 40 percent of its sales in the United States, and a heavy concentration of research in the United States," a 2013 analysis by Tax Analysts' Martin A. Sullivan noted.  

  4. May 20, 2014
    Credit Suisse pleads guilty to tax evasion, will pay $2.6B — The Senate’s back: What’s on the agenda?
    POLITICO

    So says Tax Analysts’ Tax Notes editor Jeremy Scott, who writes: “Extenders aren’t great tax policy. There’s a good case to be made that the economy and the tax code would be helped if they could simply expire permanently. But the medical device excise tax isn’t much better. For both parties to hold extenders legislation hostage over a small, poorly designed tax that was part of the hodgepodge efforts to pay for an ill-constructed healthcare law is the height of partisan lunacy in Washington.”

  5. May 15, 2014
    How to stop big companies from leaving the U.S.
    Yahoo! Finance

     “More companies would do this if they could,” says Martin Sullivan, chief economist with the nonprofit publishing firm Tax Analysts. “If you have large piles of cash trapped outside the United States, you’re likely to be looking for merger partners.”

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