The voices of Tax Policy Center's researchers and staff
Welcome to the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center’s new website. We hope you will enjoy using our new site and find it a valuable tool with which to engage in tax policy during this presidential election year and beyond.
Here’s a brief rundown of some new features we’re excited about:
- A visually striking home page that features the latest and most relevant TPC posts and publications, with easy access to our Election 2016 site and our Briefing Book.
- A simplified navigation bar to help you browse our trove of research and data. The names of content tabs may seem different, but don’t worry; all the same content is here. To help with the transition, here’s a list mapping content tabs on the old site to those on the new site:
Tax Topics ——> Topics
Numbers ——> Model Estimates
Tax Facts ——> Statistics
Library ——> Research & Commentary
Legislation ——> Laws & Proposals
- A search tool that allows you to find content across the site by topic, author, or date.
- An Interactive Tools page that features new ways to understand tax policy, including TPC’s matrix of Election 2016 Major Candidate Tax Proposals.
Use the blue comment tab of the bottom right of every page to give us feedback. We’ve already received some great comments from our beta launch, and we would love to receive more.
We look forward to making our new site a hub for rigorous, non-partisan tax policy discussion to help inform the expert community as well as a wider audience.
Posts and comments are solely the opinion of the author and not that of the Tax Policy Center, Urban Institute, or Brookings Institution.
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