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Noah Peterson Tax Foundation

Noah Peterson


Noah Peterson is the Tax Foundation’s Editor.

Previously, he was Assistant Editor of the Claremont Review of Books and a graduate fellow at The Heritage Foundation. He has written for a variety of online and print publications, including the Claremont Review of BooksRealClearPolitics, and The New York Sun.

Noah graduated from the University of Southern California with a master’s degree in public policy and a bachelor’s degree in political science. He lives in San Diego, where he likes to golf, play pickleball, and hike.

Latest Work

Is the Federal Tax Code Progressive and does it Privilege the Rich? US progressive income tax system rich and wealthy fair share tax

Does the Federal Tax Code Privilege the Rich?

The federal income tax drives the tax code’s progressivity. In 2021, taxpayers with higher incomes paid much higher average income tax rates than taxpayers with lower incomes.

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do people really move because of taxes

Do People Really Move Because of Taxes?

What do The Rolling Stones, NFL star Tyreek Hill, and Maryland millionaires have in common? They all moved because of taxes.

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