Write for The Tax Adviser

The Tax Adviser encourages you to submit articles or call to reserve a topic.

The Tax Adviser covers a wide range of tax information. As an editorial objective, The Tax Adviser deals primarily with the technical aspects of federal (and some state) taxation, providing practical, administrative, and technical commentary through articles and regular columns. Thus, the material has a broad range of appeal, satisfying the needs of anyone who must keep informed on federal tax matters. Qualified articles will be accepted from CPAs, lawyers, tax executives, and professors.

We request that you submit your article exclusively to The Tax Adviser; articles are not considered on any other basis. Please note that our acceptance of a manuscript for review is not approval to publish the article. It is our practice to send the article to at least two of our editorial advisers for their opinion on publishing the article, technical advice and constructive comments. The reviewers are expected to submit their decision within about four weeks.

Articles accepted for publication are subject to editorial revision. Regrettably, our budget does not provide for compensating authors of articles. However, as a token of our appreciation, an author will receive five copies of the issue containing his or her article. Also, 50 complimentary reprints of the article itself will be made available on request.

If you would like to have an article peer reviewed by an academic peer, please let us know.

Download author guidelines for suggested subjects and a guide to preparing a manuscript.


Alistair M. Nevius 
(919) 402-4052 

The Tax Adviser 
220 Leigh Farm Road
Durham, NC 27707

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