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Law Librarians of New England

a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries

CyberCites
Taxation

Internal Revenue Service
http://www.irs.treas.gov

The official home page of the IRS appears in the format of a colorful newspaper called the Digital Daily. This primary source for tax information provides most of the resources a tax researcher requires. The "Tax Professional’s Corner" (found under the "Tax Information for Business" link) brings together links to information of interest to tax professionals. Another prominent offering is " Forms and Publications". IRS forms, instructions, and publications can be searched by date, number or keyword. Tax forms and publications are covered from 1992, and there is a link to state and municipal tax forms. Click on the name of the state to directly access the downloadable tax forms from the state’s home page. Of interest to non-professionals are tax regulations since August 1995 which are available in "plain language summaries".

Tax and Accounting Sites Directory
http://www.taxsites.com

This comprehensive, reliable, and current web site is very easy to navigate. Check out the "Federal TaxLaw" link which covers all of the primary sources for federal tax materials, including congressional information, Tax Code regulations, Revenue Rulings, court decisions, and tax treaties. The accounting part of the web page is available to assist tax practitioners with accessing other services that are peripheral to tax law, but useful nevertheless.

Essential Links - Taxes
http://www.el.com/elinks/taxes/

This is a thorough collection of links to tax resources for taxpayers, financial planners, and tax preparers with tips and information on income tax preparation, rules, and the tax code. This web site provides one-stop shopping for federal and state links to tax information and forms.

Contact: Nancy F. Johnson (revlis1@hotmail.com)
Last updated: 7/13/02
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