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Friday, December 24, 2004

Tax Analysts Partners with TaxProf Blog

Tax_analysts_logo_3In an early Christmas present for our readers, I am delighted to announce that Tax Analysts, the country's premier publisher of tax news and commentary, has agreed to partner with TaxProf Blog in making the most current and cutting-edge tax information available to the tax academic community.  Each day, TaxProf Blog will cull from the vast resources of Tax Analysts an item of particular interest to our readers.  We hope this partnership will give you yet another reason to visit our site each day.

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I, for one, welcome our new Tax Analysts overlords!

Great get. Now if you can just incite them to start a group blog - Raby v. Sheppard v. Sullivan in a wide-open cage match refereed by the TaxProf would be just the ticket.

Also, thank you for your fine work here. You must spend considerable time doing this. The result is a well-written, informative and sharp-looking resource to the tax community - profs and muggles alike.

Posted by: Joe Kristan | Dec 24, 2004 7:25:03 AM

Gee, Joe, anything with a referee is an occasion that presents the risk of someone being mauledagain. :-)

Seriously, Paul, this is great news. Kudos to you for your work. I speak from experience when I say that it takes a lot of time, and demonstrates a great commitment. And I promise, I *really* do have and will write several book reviews.... the books are sitting right here.

Posted by: Jim Maule | Dec 24, 2004 8:11:09 AM

In Soviet Russia, taxes analyzes you.

Even tax blogs must succumb to the influence of /.

Posted by: Brian | Dec 27, 2004 6:25:32 AM